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Juventus sink Roma, trio relegated

Published: Sunday 11 May 2014, 19.48CET
Serie A champions Juventus completed the double over nearest rivals AS Roma on a day which confirmed relegation for Calcio Catania, AS Livorno Calcio and Bologna FC.

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Published: Sunday 11 May 2014, 19.48CET

Juventus sink Roma, trio relegated

Serie A champions Juventus completed the double over nearest rivals AS Roma on a day which confirmed relegation for Calcio Catania, AS Livorno Calcio and Bologna FC.

Champions Juventus completed the double over AS Roma as Pablo Osvaldo's added-time goal sealed a 1-0 victory, on a day when the relegation places were decided in Italy.

Antonio Conte's side inflicted the Giallorossi's first defeat of the Serie A season with a 3-0 win in Turin back in January, yet they looked unlikely to repeat the feat in the capital as the clock ticked past the 90-minute mark with the game still goalless.

Paul Pogba had come closest to making the breakthrough when he hit the woodwork just before the interval, but the visitors finally registered in the 94th minute when Osvaldo smashed Stephan Lichtsteiner's cross into the top corner to leave Juve 14 points clear with one game remaining.

Elsewhere, third-placed SSC Napoli won their final away game of the season in style, recording a 5-2 triumph at UC Sampdoria. As for ACF Fiorentina, they confirmed fourth spot thanks to Juan Cuadrado's goal in a 1-0 success at AS Livorno Calcio that condemned the hosts to Serie B football next term.

Calcio Catania were also relegated despite a 2-1 victory at Bologna FC – confirmed in the final relegation spot – as both US Sassuolo Calcio and AC Chievo Verona, in 16th and 17th respectively, clinched wins to protect their top-flight status.

Also on Sunday, both teams ended with ten men as sixth-placed Torino FC missed the chance to seal UEFA Europa League football in a 1-1 draw with Parma FC, who sit a point and a place behind, while Franco Brienza's 96th-minute strike for Atalanta BC secured a 2-1 home win against AC Milan.

Last updated: 11/05/14 20.55CET

Results

Italian Serie A 2013/14

Matches
HomeAway
Last updated: 11/05/2014 19:44 CET

11/05/2014

RomaRoma0-1JuventusJuventus

Osvaldo 90+4

Venue: Roma

11/05/2014

SampdoriaSampdoria2-5NapoliNapoli

Éder 30, Wszołek 88

Zapata 19, Insigne 26, Callejón 32, Hamšík 47, Mustafi 61 (og)

Venue: Genova

11/05/2014

SassuoloSassuolo4-2GenoaGenoa

Floro Flores 16, 89, Biondini 66, Vrsaljko 86 (og)

Calaio 40, Gilardino 76

Venue: Reggio nell'Emilia

11/05/2014

TorinoTorino1-1ParmaParma

Immobile 42

Biabiany 71

Venue: Torino

11/05/2014

BolognaBologna1-2CataniaCatania

Morleo 79

Monzón 22, Bergessio 84

Venue: Bologna

11/05/2014

CagliariCagliari0-1ChievoChievo

Dainelli 72

Venue: Cagliari

11/05/2014

LivornoLivorno0-1FiorentinaFiorentina

Cuadrado 57

Venue: Livorno

11/05/2014

AtalantaAtalanta2-1MilanMilan

Denis 68 (P), Brienza 90+6

Bellini 51 (og)

Venue: Bergamo

10/05/2014

InternazionaleInternazionale4-1LazioLazio

Palacio 7, 37, Icardi 34, Hernanes 79

Biava 2

Venue: Milano

10/05/2014

VeronaVerona2-2UdineseUdinese

Toni 14 (P), Hallfredsson 54

Di Natale 56, Badu 90+1

Venue: Verona

Standings

Last updated: 11/05/2014 19:44 CET

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