The verdicts of the last day of Serie A. Inter closes at -1 from Juventus, Lazio fourth but with a record building.
Serie A has issued its latest verdicts. Inter closed the championship with less than one from Juventus thanks to the clear success of Bergamo with the goals of D'Ambrosio and Young.
Third place for Atalanta thanks to the advantage in direct clashes with Lazio. The biancocelesti have to settle for fourth place in the standings but they can celebrate Immobile.
With the goal in the 1 to 3 defeat in Naples, Immobile won the Golden Boot, won the Serie A top scorers and equaled Higuain's record (36 goals in a single Serie A season).
Outside the Champions area, Rome's first historic success at the Juventus Stadium should be noted. The match was decided by Perotti's brace, Kalinic's goal and Zaniolo's great performance.
Milan finished with a flourish with a goal against Cagliari. Ibrahimovic scored again today. But the Rossoneri were already condemned to restart from the Europa League preliminaries because Rome and Napoli had already qualified for the group stage of this competition.
Juventus 1-3 Rome
Juventus took the lead after just five minutes of play with Gonzalo Higuain. The Argentine center forward scored from two steps on a shot from Rabiot on a corner action.
Roma draw with Kalinic. The Croatian headed from a corner kicked by Diego Perotti. The Giallorossi completed the comeback with a penalty awarded for a foul by Danilo on Calafiori and transformed by Perotti.
Tris Roma thanks to a masterpiece by Zaniolo. The young Roma phenomenon started from midfield and served a great assist to Perotti who could not help but score in front of Szczesny.
Napoli took the lead after nine minutes of play with Fabian Ruiz. Lazio evened the score with Serie A top scorer Ciro Immobile on an assist from Marusic. Thanks to this goal, Immobile has hooked Higuain in the special ranking of the number of goals scored in a single season, namely 36.
Napoli took the lead in the second half with a penalty converted by Lorenzo Insigne. In injury time, Politano closed the games with an assist from Mertens.
Inter ahead in the first minute of play. Danilo D'Ambrosio scored on an assist from Ashley Young. Inter doubled with Ashley Young on an assist from Gagliardini.
Milan took the lead after eleven minutes of play with an own goal from Klavan, and after a missed penalty in the first part of the game, Ibrahimovic doubled in the second half. Milan lowered the trio with Castillejo on an assist from Bonaventura.
Brescia 1-1 Sampdoria.
Brescia and Sampdoria had nothing more to ask from this championship and yet they were the protagonists of a good match. Sampdoria could have taken the lead in the 27th minute but Quagliarella missed a penalty awarded for a handball by Gastaldello.
Despite this, the Sampdoria still took the lead at the end of the first half with Leris. The Sampdoria player scored on an assist from Augello.
Brescia, already relegated to Serie B, had a reaction of pride and managed to balance the score with a penalty caused by Falcone (who was also booked) and transformed by Torregrossa.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano