Milan remain in one win from securing their 19th Serie A champions after beating Atalanta at San Siro on Sunday.

Stefano Pioli’s charges had to wait until the 56th minute to break the deadlock when the substitute Junior Messiah sent Rafael Lea, and the striker scored.

A special second came when Theo Hernandez went through the defense of Atalanta to kill and put Milan on the brink of the first 11-year-old Scudetto after an important 2-0 triumph.

The festivities were postponed by neighbors Inter, who won Cagliari 3-1 to ensure that the race for the title will reach the last day.

The success of the reigning champions has hampered any potential Milan party Lautara Martinez brackets.

Haralampos Likaianis canceled a high header by Matteo Darmian in the 25th minute for Inter before Martinez finished the scoring with two shots in the second half.

Next Sunday, Simone Inzaghi’s team will be at home in Sampdoria, and AC Milan will go to Sassuolo, knowing that another victory will end their anticipation of another Scudetto.

Gianluca Scamacchi’s double helped Sassuolo win 3-1 in Bologna, and Domenico Berardi also hit the visitors’ goal.

Napoli, who finished third, beat Genoa 3-0 earlier on an emotional day for Lorenzo Insigne.

The prolific scorer scored a penalty in the second half in his last appearance in Naples before heading to FC Toronto this summer.

Victor Osymkhen and Stanislav Lobotka have found a net for the hosts, and the defeat of “Genoa” means that they almost dropped out of the league, given their deficit of three points from “Salernitana” and their resultant confrontation with the club, which ranked 17th.

In Spain Athletics Madrid and Seville both were able to celebrate Champions League qualifiers on Sunday after a 1-1 draw.

Youssef En Nesiri’s late goal saved a point away to Sevilla after Jose Jimenez put hosts Diego Simeone ahead.

This kept Atletico in third place above Sevilla, but also ensured that Real Betis – in fifth – could no longer catch them.

A draw for Sevilla also means that their Betis rivals cannot finish above them due to better meeting results and given that on the last day they hold a three-point advantage over their neighbors.

Juanmi’s double for “Betis” in the victory over “Granada” with a score of 2: 0, at least, saved them with a great chance to get a place in the Europa League.

Real Sociedad are their only rivals after they came out behind to secure a 2-1 victory over Villarreal, and Alexander Isaac and Martin Zubimendi hit the post in the second half to undo the start of Francis Caclen.

Barcelona, ​​who are in second place, played a goalless draw away from Getafe, which provided security for the hosts, while Cadiz received a valuable point in his bid to survive with a 1-1 draw at home to Real.

Mariana put the visitors ahead five minutes later, but Ruben Sobrina responded eight minutes before the break, leaving a number of possible permutations at the bottom of the division.

The point failed to prevent Cadiz from entering the relegation zone after Abdon Pratts won over Mallorca in extra time in a 2-1 victory over Rayo Vallecano.

Pate Siss tied the score away after Vedato Murika’s early breakthrough before Pratz’s slashed kick to the back pole caused a frenzy of festivities.

Elsewhere, Levante came out of the bottom with a 3-1 victory over the other Deportivo Alaves, who flew out, and Elche lost to Celta 1-0, while Bilbao’s Athletic beat Asasuna. with a score of 2: 0.

In the Netherlands, Manchester United boss Eric Ten Haag has given up on living in Ajax with a 2-2 draw in Vitesse after Edson Alvarez occasionally scored three minutes to save a point for the Eredivisie champions.

https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/ac-milan-erik-ten-hag-lautaro-martinez-real-sociedad-sevilla-b2079622.html

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