Monday, 22 May 2017

Seria A Recap : Juventus Secures Sixth Successive Title

Juventus sixth succesive title

Italian side Juventus won their second domestic title of the season after securing the Seria A title for the sixth successive season with a 3-0 win against Crotone.

Mario Mandzukic put Juventus ahead in the first half, before Argentine Wonderkid Paulo Dybala scored a sublime free-kick, Sandro wrapped up the win with a late third goal.

Juventus are still on course to secure a Treble if they defeat Spanish Champions Real Madrid in the Champions League final.

Juventus needed a win against Crotone after losing 3-1 to second placed Roma who closed the gap with a win against Chievo.

Mandzukic opened the scoring just 12minutes into the game, firing high into the net from a Cuadrado cross.

Juve's Argentine International Paulo Dybala added the second six minutes before half time, curling in a sublime left footed free-kick.

Alex Sandro headed in the third goal in the 83rd minute to wrap up the title for Juventus.

Inter ended their winless 8 games streak after coming from behind to defeat 9 man Lazio 3-1 at the Stadio Olympico.

Inter already knowing they won't qualify for any European competition for next season had nothing to play for went behind in the 18th minute as Keita scored from the penalty spot after Murillo fouled Felipe Anderson in the box.

13 minutes later Andreolli equalized for Inter powering his header in the bottom left corner from a Perisic flick.

Inter went ahead in the 37th minute as Hoedt diverted Candreva's cross into his own net.

Lazio's goal scorer Keita was sent off in the 66th minute after he was controversially shown a second yellow card for diving.

Eder got the third goal of the game in the 74th minute, scoring a rebound after Perisic's initial goalbound effort was cleared by Hoedt.

Lazio's Lulic was sent off after a foul on Roberto Gagliardini.

AC Milan secured Europa League football with a 3-0 win against Bologna at the San Siro.

Deulofeu got the opener in the 69th minute with a sublime volley following a nice pass from Fernandez.


Honda added the second goal two minutes later Curling a superb Free-kick into the back of the net before Lapadula scored a late goal with a close range finish.

Sassuolo continued their resurgence in form with a 6-2 victory over Cagliari at the Mapei stadium.

The hosts raced to a three goal lead in the first 13 minutes, goals by Magnanelli, Berardi and Politano.

Sau pulled one back for the away side in the 25th minute before Borrielo scored an own goal nine minutes later.

Lemmello got the fifth goal 11 minutes into the second half, Lonito scored Cagliari's second goal of the game four minutes later before Matri completed the rout with the sixth goal late in the game.

Udinese played out a 1-1 draw at home to Sampdoria, Thereau scored early in the game for the hosts before Muriel equalized for the away side 19 minutes into the second half.

Genoa secured their Seria A survival with a 2-1 victory over Torino at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris.

Rigoni and Simeone got the goals for Genoa in the 32nd and 54th minute, before Ljajic pulled one back for Torino late in the game.

Empoli lost 1-0 away from home to Atalanta, they are just a point away from the final relegation spot following Juve's victory over Crotone.

Atalanta Midfielder Alejandro Dario Gomez scored the only goal of the game.

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