The last date of Serie A wasn't suitable for the faint of heart. Because although Inter had already become champion in advance, the positions that qualified for the next edition of the Champions League were in dispute. And, in that sense, Weston McKennie and Cristiano Ronaldo, with Juventus, ruined Hirving Lozano's dream and illusion, as Vecchia Signora won one of the tickets to the international tournament, relegating Napoli to the Europa League dispute.
Juventus didn't need Cristiano Ronaldo to beat Bologna 4-1. In an extremely surprising measure, coach Andrea Pirlo decided that the Portuguese forward should not be a starter and didn't even include him among the modifications made. McKennie, meanwhile, entered the second half and in the minutes that he saw action, he did a very good job.
For his part, Hirving Lozano started and was replaced in the second half in Napoli's surprise draw at Hellas Verona, 1-1. Gennaro Gattuso's team began winning, a result that allowed him to be among those classified for the Champions League.
However, near the end of the match the visiting team matched it, which meant that Juventus was among those who obtained the Champions League qualification, while Napoli "settled" with the Europa League.
Milan, second in Serie A
Without Zlatan Ibrahimovic injured, Milan beat Atlanta 2-0 on the road, allowing them to finish the season in second place in Serie A, behind Inter.