Napoli, champion of the Italian League and with the participation of the Argentine Giovanni Simeone, beat Inter 3-1 at home, where his compatriots Lautaro Martínez and Joaquín Correa played, in the continuation of the thirty-sixth date, a day in which Cremonese relegated to Serie B.
The match took place at the Diego Armando Maradona stadium, in the bell city of Naples, and the goals of the Partenopean team were scored by the Cameroonian André Zambo Anguissa (22m. ST) and the Italians Giovanni Di Lorenzo (40m. ST) and Gialuca Gaetano (45m ST); while the Belgian Romelu Lukaku (37m. ST) had established the transitory tie for Inter.
In Napoli, Simeone entered 23 minutes into the final part for the Nigerian Victor Osimhen; while at Inter, Correa started and was replaced by the Italian Federico Di Marco, at 28 in the final part, and Lautaro “Toro” Martínez from Bahía entered for the German Robin Gosens, at 39 in the complementary period.
With the victory, Napoli reached 86 points and distanced himself 17 from the guard Juventus, who plays tomorrow against Empoli; while Inter was left with 66 points and remains in fourth place.
Lazio, with a score from the Italian Giro Immobile (16m. ST), from a penalty kick, beat Udinese 1-0, where the Argentines Nehuen Pérez and Roberto Pereyra played, placed third and one step away from qualifying for the next edition of the Europe League.
Lecce and Spezia tied 0-0, a result that determined the relegation of Cremonese, who will accompany Serie B to Sampdoria, who had lost the category a few dates ago.
Finally, Torino and Fiorentina, where the Argentine Lucas Martínez Quarta played, tied 1-1.
Date 36 of Serie A will be completed this Monday with the matches Roma against Salernitana, at 1:30 p.m., and Empoli against Juventus, at 3:45 p.m.
Positions: Napoli (+) 86 points; Juventus 69; Lazio 68; Inter 66; Milan 64; Atlanta 61; Rome 59; Monza 52; Fiorentina, Bologna and Torino 50; Udinese 46; Sassuolo 44; Empoli 39; Salernitana 38; Lecce 33; Spezia 31; Hellas Verona 30; Cremonese (-) 24; and Sampdoria (-) 18.