THE BALL – Milan are champions with a “hat-trick” of assists from Rafael Leão (Italy)

11 years later, Milan becomes national champion again! The team rossonera beat Sassuolo (3-0) on the last day of Serie A and confirmed the first place that had eluded them since 2011.

Rafael Leão was the starter and turned out to be the big figure of the afternoon. The Portuguese striker made a hat trick decisive pass and offered goals to Giroud (17′ and 32′) and Kessié (36′) who secured the victory.

With the result, Milan sit in first place with 86 points, two more than rivals Inter (84, after the 3-0 win over Sampdoria). It was the 19th trophy of the trophy rossoneriwhich was equivalent to the Nerazzurri in total titles, but are still far from Juventus (36).

Review the main incidents:

6:56 p.m.: The games are over! Milan are champions!

90′: Inter-Sampdoria, 3-0

90′: Sassuolo-Milan, 0-3

Final ranking:

1st Milan (86 points)

2nd Inter (84 points

6:23 p.m .: Inter scores twice! Joaquín Correa double-faced at Sampdoria.

60′: Inter-Sampdoria, 3-0

60′: Sassuolo-Milan, 0-3

Classification:

1st Milan (86 points)

2nd Inter (84 points

6:13 p.m .: Inter brand! Perisic gives the defending champion an edge, but that’s not enough to get the party started.

50′: Inter-Sampdoria, 1-0

50′: Sassuolo-Milan, 0-3

Classification:

1st Milan (86 points)

2nd Inter (84 points

6:09 p.m .: The second part begins!

46′: Inter-Sampdoria, 0-0

46′: Sassuolo-Milan, 0-3

Classification:

1st Milan (86 points)

2nd Inter (82 points

5:50 p.m.: Break! Right now, the title party is happening on the red side of Milan.

45′: Inter-Sampdoria, 0-0

45′: Sassuolo-Milan, 0-3

Classification:

1st Milan (86 points)

2nd Inter (82 points

5:40 p.m.: Milan scores! It’s Rafael Leão’s hat-trick for assists, who this time served Kessié

38′: Inter-Sampdoria, 0-0

38′: Sassuolo-Milan, 0-3

Classification:

1st Milan (86 points)

2nd Inter (82 points

5:37 p.m .: Milan scores! The same recipe works again: Rafael Leão recovers the ball and assists Giroud.

33′: Inter-Sampdoria, 0-0

33′: Sassuolo-Milan, 0-2

Classification:

1st Milan (86 points)

2nd Inter (82 points

5:20 p.m.: Milan scores! Giroud scores in the box after an assist from Rafael Leão

17′: Inter-Sampdoria, 0-0

17′: Sassuolo-Milan, 0-1

Classification:

1st Milan (86 points)

2nd Inter (82 points

Follow the main incidents of the matches here.

5:03 p.m .: The two games begin!

1′: Inter-Sampdoria, 0-0

1′: Sassuolo-Milan, 0-0

4:30 p.m.: The eleven are already known, with Rafael Leão appearing in Stefano Pioli’s choice.

Milano: Maignan; Calabria, Election, Tomori, Theo Hernandez; Sandro Tonali, Frank Kessie, Rode Krunic; Saelemaekers, Giroud and Rafael Lion.

Sassuolo: Council; Muldur, Ayhan, Ferrari, Kyriakopoulos; Frattesi, Maxime López, Matheus Henrique; Berardi, Scamaccca and Raspadori.

Switch: Handanovic; Skriniar, De Vrij, Bastoni; Dumfries, Barella, Brozovic, Calhanoglu, Perisic; Lautaro Martinez and Joaquin Correa.

Sampdoria: Audero; Bereszynski, Ferrari, Yoshida, Augello; Candereva, Thorsby, Ronaldo Vieria, Rincon, Sabiri; Caputo.

D-Day in Italy. After 37 games, Milan (83 points) and Inter (81) reach the final game separated by two points at the top of the standings.

At rossoneri, who are looking for their first title after an 11-year absence, a draw against Sassuolo is enough to celebrate, as they have a head-to-head advantage over their rivals. Inter, who have their eyes on their first championship since the departure of Mourinho (2010), must win against Sampdoria and wait for help at Mapei Stadium.

Matches will start at 5 p.m.

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