Atalanta and Roma snatched the fifth and sixth places in the Italian Football League championship table, qualifying for the European League championship next season.
Juventus ended its career in the local competition with seventh place qualifying for the European Conference League Championship, while Verona became the third team to bid farewell to the championship and relegate to the second division, along with Sampdoria and Cremonese.
Atalanta defeated its guest Monza 5-2 in the final stage of the tournament, which saw Roma 2-1 beat its guest Spezia, Juventus beat its guest Udinese with a clean goal, Milan beat its guest Verona 3-1, and Bologna beat its host Lecce 3-2.
And at the Olympic stadium in the Italian capital, Rome, Rome turned a 1-0 deficit against its guest, Spezia, to a valuable victory.
Spezia scored through Demetrius Nicolaou in the sixth minute, before Nikola Zalevsky equalized for Roma in the 43rd minute.
Argentine star Paulo Dybala gave the three points to Roma after scoring the second goal in the 90th minute from a penalty kick.
Roma raised its score with this victory to 63 points in sixth place, while Spezia’s balance stopped at 31 points in 17th place (fourth from the bottom).
Atalanta scored a huge 5-2 victory over its guest, Monza, to reserve its seat in the European League Championship.
The Dutchman, Theon Copminers, scored the first and second goals for Atalanta (12 and 45), at a time when Andrei Coliani narrowed the difference by scoring the first goal for Monza in the 51st minute.
Rasmus Hollund strengthened Atalanta’s lead by scoring the third two goals (74), then Copminers scored again, scoring the fourth goal for the hosts (79).
Atalanta’s balance rose to 64 points in fifth place, and Monza’s balance stopped at 52 points in eleventh place.
Juventus concluded their championship campaign by defeating Udinese with a clean goal scored by Federico Keiza in the 68th minute.
Juventus’ balance rose to 62 in seventh place, while Udinese’s balance stopped at 46 points in twelfth place.
And Verona had to play the decisive role to avoid relegation, after losing 1-3 to its host Milan.
Milan’s balance rose to 70 points in fourth place, at a time when Verona’s balance stopped at 31 points in the 18th place (third from the bottom), whose owner is in the decisive role to avoid relegation.