Serie A (Italy)

Italian Serie A – Round 38

 

 

 

Top Four

 

1. Juventus
2. Roma
3. Napoli
4. Atalanta
 

Bottom Four

 

17. Crotone
18. Empoli
19. Palermo
20. Pescara

 

Goals Scored:: 44

 

Serie A

 

May 27, 2017

 

Atalanta       1–0     Chievo Verona

Alejandro Gomez 52’

Atalanta BC v AC ChievoVerona - Serie A : News Photo

Atalanta ended their season with a home victory over Chievo Verona. The value of this victory was increased when Crotone shocked Lazio with a defeat. Atalanta finished the season in fourth and gets the direct qualification to the 2017/18 UEFA Europa League group stage.

 

Bologna         1–2     Juventus

Saphir Taider 52’                    Paulo Dybala 70’
                                                 Moise Kean 90’+4’

Bologna FC v Juventus FC - Serie A : News Photo

With UEFA Champions League final in their near future, the league champions; Juventus would not have been interested in picking up any new habits.

A late strike from Moise Kean got the winning goal to ensure that Juventus ended the 2016/17 Italian Serie A season with a victory.  

 

May 28, 2017

 

Cagliari        2–1      AC Milan

Joao Pedro 17’                         Gianluca Lapadula 72’
Fabio Pisacane 90’+3’

Cagliari Calcio v AC Milan - Serie A : News Photo

AC Milan will have some work to do over the summer after ending their season with a defeat. For a team with such rich history, finishing 28 points away from the top is not what football expect from AC Milan.

 

Sampdoria     2–4   Napoli

Fabio Quagliarella 50’               Dries Mertens 16’

Ricardo Alvarez 90’                  Lorenzo Insigne 42’

                                                    Marek Hamsik 49’

                                                    Jose Maria Callejon 65’

UC Sampdoria v SSC Napoli - Serie A : News Photo

Napoli finished the season as the third best team in Italy.

Napoli did their part and secured a victory away at Sampdoria, but Genoa failed to stop the party at Stadio Olimpico in Rome.

 

 

Roma         3–2       Genoa

Edin Dzeko 10’                    Pietro Pellegri 3’
Daniele De Rossi 74’          Darko Lazovic 79’
Diego Perotti 90’

Thank you Francesco Totti!!!

FBL-ITA-SERIEA-ROMA-GENOA : News PhotoA.S. Roma and Genoa CFC : Italian Serie A : News Photo

It as an ideal send-off for Francesco Totti. An important home victory achieved in a dramatic was through a late goal to allow Roma to finish the season as the second best team in Italy and seal direct qualification to the 2017/18 UEFA Champions League group stage.

AS Roma v Genoa CFC - Serie A : News PhotoAS Roma v Genoa CFC - Serie A : News Photo

Edin Dzeko opened the scoring for Roma and picked up a goal that makes him finish as the highest goalscorer in the league.

 

Palermo            2-1       Empoli

Ilija Nestorovski 76’                         Rade Krunic 87’
Bruno Henrique 84’

US Citta di Palermo v Empoli FC - Serie A : News Photo

Relegated Palermo left the Italian Serie A on a high with a victory at home over Empoli. It was a very expensive defeat for Empoli. The result helped to send Empoli down to Serie B alongside Palermo and Pescara.

 

Crotone         3–1       Lazio

Andrea Nalini 14’                      Ciro Immobile 26’(pen)
Diego Falcinelli 22’
Andrea Nalini 60’

FC Crotone v SS Lazio - Serie A : News Photo

Crotone made it! Crotone defeated Lazio on the final day of the season to get the maximum points that allowed them to take advantage of Empoli’s failure to get maximum points from their fixture with  Palermo.

The result meant Lazio fell short of a direct qualification to the 2017/18 UEFA Europa League group stage.

 

Fiorentina        2–2     Pescara

Riccardo Saponara 66’                  Gianluca Caprari 15’
Matias Vecino 85’                          Jean-Christophe Bahebeck 65’

 

Fiorentina came back from a goal down on two occasions to avoid ending their season on a home defeat to relegated Pescara.

 

Torino          5–3      Sassuolo

Lucas Boye 6’                           Gregoire Defrel 14’ 40’ 82’
Daniele Baselli 22’
Lorenzo De Silvestri 45’+1’
Iago Falque 57’
Andrea Belotti 79’

FC Torino v US Sassuolo - Serie A : News Photo

Torino ended their season in the in the top half of the league table with a victory at home against Sassuolo.

 

Inter Milan     5–2     Udinese

Eder 5’ 54’                                    Andrija Balic 76’
Ivan Perisic 18’                            Duvan Zapata 90’+3’
Marcelo Brozovic 36’
Gabriele Angella 78’(o.g)

FC Internazionale v Udinese Calcio - Serie A : News Photo

Inter Milan made it a pair of victories to end their season after going 8 matches without a win.

 

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