Soccer: Juve stay in hunt for Champions League spot

Milan thrash Torino 7-0

(ANSA) - ROME, MAY 13 - After slipping out of the top four last weekend, Juventus stayed in the hunt to quality for next season's Champions League by beating Sassuolo 3-1 away on Wednesday.
    Adrien Rabiot set the Turin giants on their way and Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala both scored their 100th Juve goals to see them home.
    Fifth-placed Juve have 72 points with two games to go, one point behind fourth-placed Napoli, who thumped Udinese 5-1 at home on Wednesday.
    Inter, who have already wrapped up the League title, beat AS Roma 3-1 at the San Siro.
    Second placed Atalanta beat relegation-threatened Benevento 2-0 at home.
    AC Milan are level with the Bergamo side on 75 points after thrashing Torino 7-0 away. (ANSA).


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