Serie A: Sassuolo suspends Atalanta and lets Inter become champions, Napoli is taken over by Cagliari

The 34th day of Serie A offered an interesting duel between Atalanta (3rd) and Sassuolo (8th). The Dea could regain second place with a good result and actively dream of qualifying for the Champions League. If successful, Sassuolo could return to AS Roma (7th) and dream of qualifying for the Europa Conference. After a draw or a success by Sassuolo, Inter Milan won Serie A. The match was insane when Pierluigi Gollini (23rd) was quickly sent off for Atalanta. Gian Piero Gasperini’s players, reduced to ten, still opened the scoring thanks to Robin Gosens (1-0, 32nd). After his return from the locker room, Sassuolo returned after a penalty from Domenico Berardi (1: 1, 52nd). Manuel Locatelli scored on his side, but his goal was rejected for offside (64th). Then Marlon was cast alongside Sassuolo. The penalty was missed by Luis Muriel (76th). The score did not change and the match ended with a score of 1-1. Inter Milan take the title, Atalanta come second again.

Fourth, before facing Cagliari (17th), Napoli thought they could do a lot. It was quickly Victor Osimhen (13th) who delivered the party. But at the very end of the game, Nahitan Nandez grabbed the tie (90.4). With the 1-1 draw, Napoli remain fourth and lose valuable points in the fight against Europe. Cagliari passed Turin and took a point before the red zone. Finally, Bologna (12th) and Fiorentina (14th) wanted to give themselves a little respite to maintain themselves. Both teams were 7 and 3 points ahead of Benevento in their first relegation. Both teams gave up blow by blow with a hat trick from Rodrigo Palacio (31st, 71st and 84th) against a brace from Dusan Vlahovic (21st and 73rd) and a goal from Giacomo Bonaventura (64th). The two teams separated in a productive draw (3-3).

Bologna 3-3 Fiorentina: Palacio (31st, 71st and 84th) for Bologna; Vlahovic (21st and 73rd) and Bonaventura (64th) for Fiorentina