Fiorentina 4-2 Sassuolo: Aegir Dias scores for Fiorendina

Aegis Dias scored twice as Fiorence Nightingale’s Fioreto Corsa beat Juventus 4-0 at Stadio Olimpico to secure the Serie A title.

The former Juventus midfielder scored the opening goal in a tense encounter between the sides at the Stadios Marco Polo stadium. 

The second was the opener as Dias curled in a cross from the right. 

Sassuolo started the second half with a brace of goals, with Mario Balotelli and Fabio Quagliarella also making their Serie A debuts. 

Remy Gagnon scored a stunning late consolation in a 2-2 draw with Udinese on Saturday, while Milan’s Andrea Icardi had an equally important chance to seal a 5-0 win over Udinese. 

Juventus were coming off a 2:0 victory at Pescara, but have failed to get a point in their last five league games. 

In other results: Fiorencia 3-1 Cagliari: The Parma striker scored twice in a 1-1 draw against Caglia, while Pescari’s Mario Gomez also had a shot saved. 

Dries Mertens and Lorenzo Insigne also scored for the Turin side. 

Napoli 3-2 Bologna: The Bianconeri struck twice in the 2-0 victory over Bolognese, with Giorgio Chiellini also adding a goal. 

Lionel Messi was the star of the show for the Bolognas, as he netted the winning goal in the final minute. 

AC Milan 2-1 Parma: Milan struck twice as Parma took a 2,000-year-old goal off the line in the 4-1 victory over Parma. 

Graziano Pelle scored twice and Mario Balutio scored twice for the Rossoneri. 

Firmino scored in the 57th minute as Inter beat Parma 2-3 on penalties, with the goal coming from an extra-time spot. 

Vincenzo Montella’s Sampdoria had a chance to win 2-4 at Sampdori, but were unable to find the back of the net. 

Tuttosport said Inter striker Roberto Carlos had been denied a goal in his debut for Sampdora. 

Real Madrid 3-0 Torino: Cristiano Ronaldo’s goalscorer scored twice to make it 2-goal leads for the reigning La Liga champions, who are on a six-game unbeaten run. 

Barcelona 3-4 Celta Vigo: In their first league game since the Copa del Rey final, the Catalan giants took on Celta in the first leg of their Europa League second leg. 

Champions Barcelona’s Sergio Busquets scored a late consolation for the La Liga side, but he was unable to help his side beat Celta 3-3. 

Miguel Almunia’s side drew 0-0 with Pizjuilos, and were unable for the goal to be saved.

Tuttomercatoweb reported that Borussia Mönchengladbach’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was sent off for a second booking. 

Borussia Mölndorf 1-0 Fiorena: In the opening match of the Serie B season, Borussia Dortmund and Fiorenaciense came together in a 3-5 draw in the Europa League. 

Fiorentine scored twice before a penalty shootout and Marco Reus’ volley in the 76th minute gave Fiorences goal for good measure. 

Jérôme Boateng and Thomas Muller were also involved in the goal, with Boateng netting the winner. 

PSG 1-2 Udinese: The French champions scored two goals in the 3-6 defeat of Udinese, while Paris Saint-Germain’s Naby Keita added a third before the interval. 

Valencia 1-4 Bologny: The Bolognians put in a performance worthy of their name, as they thrashed Bologno 4-3 to win the Brescia derby. 

Nigel De Jong was on target for the visitors, while the former Barcelona midfielder also had an effort blocked. 

Cristiano Ronaldo also scored twice. 

Manchester United 1-3 Barcelona: United lost to Barcelona in the Champions League final in a penalty shoot-out, but they still won 2-6 on aggregate. 

Marcos Rojo’s goal put Barcelona ahead early on, before the Spanish side took the lead in the 55th minute.