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Milan and Inter won and postponed the definition of Serie A in Italy

Milan and Inter won and postponed the definition of Serie A in Italy

Milan -tournament leader- and Inter -only escort- prevailed this Sunday in their meetings against Atalanta and Cagliari, respectively, for the penultimate date, and So They postponed the definition of Serie A in Italy.

Milan won 2-0 with goals from the Portuguese Rafael Leão and the Frenchman Theo Hernández, in a match played at the Giuseppe Meazza stadium. Juan Musso and José Luis Palomino played for the Bergamo team.

For his part, and with a brace from Lautaro Martínez and the contribution of Matteo Darmian, Inter won 3-1 as a visitor to Cagliari (discounted the Greek Charalampos Lykogiannis) and continues in second place two points behind the leader, who will host Sassuolo on the last date, while Neroazzurro will visit Sampdoria.

In the event that the Rossonero achieves a victory, it will be crowned champion without depending on any other resultwhile the interistas are obliged to win their match and hope that their eternal rival does not.

Napleswhile, thrashed almost relegated Genoa 3-0. The goals of the Neapolitan team were converted by the Nigerian Victor Osimhen, the Italian Lorenzo Insigne and the Slovakian Stanislav Lobotka.

In the aftermath of victory, the Neapolitans continue in third position and remain in the qualifying zone for the next edition of the Champions League.

Genoa, meanwhile, continues with 28 points and in relegation places. In the event that he loses on the next date against Bologna, he will be sentenced to drop to the second category of Italian football.

At the beginning of the Sunday morning, Sassuolo (with a double from Gianluca Scamacca and the contribution of Domenico Berardi) beat Bologna 3-1 (goal by Riccardo Orsolini), as a visitor.

Dybala says goodbye to Juve

The 37th day of Calcio will end this Monday with duels between Sampdoria-Fiorentina (at 1:30 p.m.) and Juventus-Lazio (15.45, TV: ESPN), this game that will mark the farewell of Paulo Dybala in the Vecchia Signora.

“It’s hard to find the right words to say goodbye, are many years and emotions, all at once. I thought we would be together more years, but fate puts us on different paths. I will never forget everything you put me through, in every game and every goal.” was read in a message on social networks addressed to all fans of the Turin club.

“Wearing this important shirt along with the captain’s band was one of the greatest prides of my life., which I hope to show someday to my children and grandchildren. I will go to the field with a smile and my head held high, knowing that I gave it my all, affirmed the Forward Cordovan that in seven years at Juventus He won 12 titles and scored 115 goals.

Main positions: Milan 83 points; Inter 81; Naples 76; Juventus 69; Latium 62; Rome 60.

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