SERIE A- Bologna 1 Juventus 4
Juventus secured their place in next season’s Champions League with a final-day victory over Bologna in Serie A.
Chiesa who open score at the 6th minutes, Morata 29th minutes Assisted by Dybala and Szczesny 47th minutes, Kulusevski assisted Rabiot at the 45th minutes while Palacio 85th minutes.
Alvaro Morata is the second Spanish player to reach double figures in Serie A goals for Juventus in a single season, after Fernando Llorente in the 2013-14 season.
Andrea Pirlo’s side began the day fifth but took advantage of Napoli’s 1-1 draw with Verona to finish fourth.
Juve cruised into a 3-0 half-time lead through goals by Federico Chiesa, Alvaro Morata, and Adrien Rabiot.
Spaniard Morata scored his second shortly after the restart before Riccardo Orsolini grabbed a late consolation for the hosts.
Elsewhere, AC Milan beat Atalanta – who had already sealed a top-four finish – to finish above their opponents in second place and book their Champions League spot.
Juventus, Italian champions for the past nine years, faced the prospect of a first season without Champions League football since 2011-12.
They never looked at the risk of dropping points after Chiesa’s sixth-minute opener – which arrived after Rabiot’s shot rebounded off the crossbar – and Morata’s header from Paulo Dybala’s pass after 29 minutes put the visitors in control.
Rabiot added a third before half-time with a low finish from Dejan Kulusevski’s pass to effectively end the contest, before Morata produced a sublime touch before slotting in to make it 4-0 in the second half.
After Amir Rrahmani’s 60th-minute strike for Napoli, Davide Faraoni equalized for Verona to send Gennaro Gattuso’s side into the Europa League.
Franck Kessie scored a penalty at the end of both the first and second half to seal victory for AC Milan, who had not competed in the Champions League since 2013-14.
They finished 12 points behind champions Inter Milan, who celebrated their Serie A title with a 5-1 win over Udinese.