Serie A: Ciro Immobile scores, taking tally to 35 goals, as Lazio beats Brescia 2-0 in race for second spot
Immobile is just one off equaling the all-time record of 36 goals in a Serie A season, set by Gonzalo Higuain when he was at Napoli in 2015-16.
Milan: Lazio kept alive its hopes of finishing second in the Italian league with a 2-0 win against already-relegated Brescia in its penultimate match of the season on Wednesday.
Ciro Immobile also boosted his chances of clinching the top scorer award as he netted his 35th goal of the season, moving four clear of Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo.
Immobile is also just one off equaling the all-time record of 36 goals in a Serie A season, set by Gonzalo Higuain when he was at Napoli in 2015-16.
Immobile's late goal sealed the win for Lazio, which had taken the lead in the first half through Joaquín Correa.
Lazio moved level on points with Atalanta, one below second-place Inter Milan. Atalanta plays Inter in the final round of the season, when Lazio visits Napoli.
Lecce was given a glimmer of hope of avoiding relegation as it won 2-1 at Udinese while Genoa was routed 5-0 at Sassuolo.
Lecce remained in the bottom three but is just one point below 17th-place Genoa.
Genoa hosts Hellas Verona on the final day while Lecce welcomes Parma.
Zlatan Ibrahimović scored twice to help AC Milan win 4-1 at Sampdoria.
It was the second time in three matches that the 38-year-old Ibrahimović has got a brace.
Juventus, which won a record-extending ninth straight Serie A title on Sunday, fielded a much-changed team and lost 2-0 at Cagliari.
Cagliari's Luca Gagliano, who turned 20 last week, scored and provided an assist in his Serie A debut.
Federico Chiesa scored a hat trick to help Fiorentina beat Bologna 4-0, Roma won 3-2 at Torino and Verona beat Spal 3-0.
Kylian Mbappe missed PSG's first two games of the new campaign –- a 4-0 defeat of Nantes in the season-opening Champions Trophy, and then the 5-0 win at Clermont -- due first to suspension and then injury.
LaLiga: New-look Barcelona frustrated by Rayo Vallecano in season opener; Villarreal beat Real Valladolid
Barcelona boss Xavi started close-season signings including defender Andreas Christensen, winger Raphinha and striker Robert Lewandowski, who were only able to feature after being registered with the league late on Friday.
FIFA has also expressed its unhappiness with the inclusion of 36 players in the electoral list -- the same as the number of representatives from state associations, terming the move as "not prudent".