The 34th day of Serie A offered an interesting duel between Atalanta (3rd) and Sassuolo (8th). The Dea could regain second place in the event of a good result and actively dream of qualifying for the Champions League. Sassuolo could, if successful, return to AS Roma (7th) and dream of qualifying for the Europa Conference Conference. Furthermore, a draw or a success by Sassuolo saw Inter Milan win Serie A. This game was insane with a quick expulsion from Pierluigi Gollini (23rd) for Atalanta. Reduced to ten, Gian Piero Gasperini’s players still opened the scoring thanks to Robin Gosens (1-0, 32nd). Upon returning from the locker room, Sassuolo returned following a penalty from Domenico Berardi (1-1, 52nd). Manuel Locatelli scored in his turn but his goal was refused for offside (64th). Then Marlon was kicked out to Sassuolo’s side. The penalty was however 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 while Atalanta becomes second again.
Fourth before facing Cagliari (17th), Napoli thought they would achieve a good deal. Quickly, it was Victor Osimhen (13th) who delivered the Partenopei. But at the very end of the match, Nahitan Nandez snatched the draw (90th +4). With this score of 1-1, Naples remains fourth and loses valuable points in the fight to Europe. Cagliari overtook Torino and took a point ahead of the red zone. Finally, Bologna (12th) and Fiorentina (14th) wanted to give themselves some air in order to maintain. The two teams were respectively 7 and 3 points ahead of Benevento the first relegation. The two teams surrendered blow for blow with a hat-trick from Rodrigo Palacio (31st, 71st and 84th) against a double from Dusan Vlahovic (21st and 73rd) and a goal from Giacomo Bonaventura (64th). The two teams parted in a prolific draw (3-3).
The results of the afternoon:
Bologna 3-3 Fiorentina: Palacio (31st, 71st and 84th) for Bologna; Vlahovic (21st and 73rd) and Bonaventura (64th) for Fiorentina
Napoli 1-1 Cagliari: Osimhen (13th) for Napoli; Nandez (90th +4) for Cagliari
Sassuolo 1-1 Atalanta: Berardi (52nd sp) for Sassuolo; Gosens (32nd) for Atalanta
Serie A standings