Find out what to remember from this Saturday in Spain, Italy, and Germany. With the huge success of Real Madrid (6-0 in front of Vigo) and the victory of Atlético just days before the final of the Europa League against OM
Minimum service for Atlético, Real easy against Celta
Before getting back to Marseille on Wednesday in Lyon for the final of the Europa League, Atlético won on the smallest margins on the ground Getafe. By aligning his team, Diego Simeone saw his protégés open the mark early in the game. On a service by Antoine Griezmann, Koke cheated Guaita with a cross-shot from the right (0-1, 8th). The Colchoneros had several chances to double the lead by Diego Costa (26th) and Kevin Gameiro (89th), but the two forwards lost their duel. In an encounter where Getafe struggled to be dangerous in front of the Madrid goal, Diego Simeone was able to blow his line of attack coming out shortly after the hour of play Griezmann and Costa (62), replaced by Gameiro and Torres, in order to preserve them for the big meeting of Wednesday.
For its part, Real Madrid has punished at home Celta Vigo (6-0). Scorer in the 13th minute, Gareth Bale offered the double by sending a heavy shot from the left, from a closed angle, in the skylight of Sergio Alvarez (30th). A superb coiled shot, Isco scored the third goal Madrid (32), before the achievements in the second half of Achraf Hakimi (52), Sergio Gomez against his side (74) and Toni Kroos (81). The Merengues are third with 75 points.
The results of the 37th day
Real Sociedad 3-2 Leganes
Deportivo La Coruna 2-4 Villarreal
Girona 0-1 Valencia
Eibar 1-0 Las Palmas
Getafe 0-1 Atlético Madrid
Alaves 3-1 Athletic Bilbao
Real Betis 2-2 Sevilla
Real Madrid 6-0 Celta Vigo.
Espanyol Barcelona – Malaga (16h15)
Levante – FC Barcelona (20:45).
Inter sees C1 move away
Receiving Sassuolo in the advanced match of the 37th and penultimate day of Serie A, Inter, fifth, had the opportunity to put pressure on his Roman rivals, Roma and Lazio, for the race to the next League champions. But the Nerazzuri are left with a defeat (1-2), and see their chances of participating in the C1 decline. Having nothing to play by the end of the Championship, Sassuolo hit through his two strikers in both periods: first by Marco Politano (0-1, 25th), then by Domenico Berardi ( 0-2, 74e). Reducing the score, Rafinha tried to sound the revolt of his own (1-2, 80th), but it was too late. With this setback, the Intersts can no longer catch the Romans, third, and a victory of Lazio at Crotone on Sunday,
The results of the 37th day
Benevento 1-0 Genoa
Inter Milan 1-2 Sassuolo.
Torino-SPAL (15 hours)
Hellas Verona – Udinese (15 hours)
Crotone – Rome Lazio (15 hours)
Fiorentina – Cagliari (15 hours)
Bologna – Chievo Verona (15 hours)
Atalanta – AC Milan (18 hours)
Sampdoria – Naples (8:45 pm)
Roma – Juventus (20:45).
Hoffenheim and Dortmund in C1, relegated Hamburg
The 34th and final day of the German Championship delivered its verdict on Saturday, marked notably by the fight for the European places. Opposed to the Rhein-Neckar-Arena, Hoffenheim and Borussia Dortmund got the last two tickets for the next C1. Julian Nagelsmann’s squad triumphed 3-1, and even grabbed third place in the day’s standings. The BVB was even scary when, at the same time, Leverkusen led 3-0 at home against Hannover. Finally, 3-2 winners, Stefan Kiessling’s team-mates, who played their last match with Bayer, finished fifth, synonymous with qualifying for the next Europa League. A competition that will also be contested by RB Leipzig, sixth, who scored the Hertha Berlin on his turf (6-2) including a doubled Jean-Kévin Augustin. Eintracht Frankfurt, beaten in Schalke (0-1), eighth, has the last ticket for the Europa League, because of his qualification for the final of the German Cup, against Bayern, champion and already qualified for the next C1. The Bavarians, who released their new jersey in front of their audience at the Allianz Arena, were surprisingly bruised by Stuttgart (1-4), despite a goal from Corentin Tolisso.
At the bottom of the standings, Hamburg, present since the creation of the Bundesliga in 1963, will evolve for the first time in its history in second division next season. Winner against Gladbach (2-1), the men of Christian Titz also had to rely on a defeat of Wolfsburg to save themselves. The Wolves won against Cologne (4-1). Wolfsburg, sixteenth, will play his dam against Holstein Kiel, third German D2.
See: surreal images of the end of the match in Hamburg
The results of the 34th day
Bayern Munich 1-4 Stuttgart
Hoffenheim 3-1 Borussia Dortmund
Hertha Berlin 2-6 RB Leipzig
Friborg 2-0 Augsburg
Schalke 04 1-0 Frankfurt
Bayer Leverkusen 3-2 Hanover
Hamburg 2-1 Borussia Mönchengladbach
Mainz 1-2 Werder Bremen
Wolfsburg 4-1 Cologne.