Atalanta 3-1 Sassuolo: Duvan Zapata, Alejandro Dario Gomez and Mario Pasalic win comeback and Champions League qualification at AC Milan's expense
- Atalanta has secured a top four in the Serie A on the last day of the season
- They came from behind against Sassuolo to get a 3-1 victory at home
- Domenico Berardi and Francesco Magnanelli were both broadcast for the visitors
- AC Milan missed out on a Champions League place despite winning on the last day
Atalanta will play in the Champions League next season after reaching a top four on the last day of the season.
After a strong closing of the campaign, including a recent draw to League champion Juventus, Atalanta came from behind to defeat Sassuolo and take a European place at the expense of giants AC Milan.
Domenico Berardi scored early for the visitors, but Atalanta remained focused and gained the advantage after Berardi went from hero to villain and let himself leave.
Atalanta will play in the Champions League next season after having achieved a top four finish
They came from behind Sassuolo to get a 3-1 win at home on the final day
Goals from Duvan Zapata, Alejandro Dario Gomez and Mario Pasalic helped to turn the tie around, as Sassuolo disappeared late in the game.
Francesco Magnanelli also got his marching orders, as the away team finished the match with nine men.
It was a dramatic final day that flourished in the Serie A, with both sides of Milan uncertain about their European status.
A fiery end of the game ensured that Sassuolo closed the game with only nine men on the field
AC Milan managed to win a final day with a 3-2 win over SPAL, but had to settle for a fifth placed finish after rivals Inter also ended with a win.
A home win at the San Siro saw Inter-end the campaign by beating Empoli 2-1 and returning to the Premier League of European football.
They seem to resume the Champions League action with Antonio Conte at the helm, with the former Chelsea boss about to take over.
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