After Juventus lost 0-1, and AC Milan lost 0-2, see how the Seria A table currently looks like.
By oluwaniyi1 | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 9353 views
The Seria A match 22 continued today, giving its viewers and Club's supporters moments to remember and enjoy, and also disappointing moments for some club's fans.
Match week 22 began with Bologna hosting Benevento, ending the game 1-1, with both teams settling for a points.
Today's fixtures began with Genoa travelling to Torino, ending the game in a goalless draw. Juventus then, visited Napoli, hoping to close AC Milan's lead gap. The game ended with Napoli taking all points, after Insigne scored from the spot, which was later the match winning goal.
Rounding up today's fixtures, AC Milan visited Spezia, with the hope of extending their lead gap. The game ended 2:0, with the home team taking all points.
After AC Milan and Juventus drop points, and Napoli and Spezia add points, this is how the premier league table currently looks like.
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