Juventus 2-1 Udinese – 3-2 Man City
Juventus have clinched the Serie A title with a 3-1 win over Udinese, with Sergio Aguero scoring his side’s second goal of the night to secure a place in the final Champions League place.
Manuel Pellegrini’s men, who have lost their last five matches, have lost just once in their last 13, and are now three points clear of second-placed Atalanta with two games to go.
It was a nervy first half with the home side struggling to get out of their own half, with goalkeeper Alessandro Matri and defence partner Gianluigi Buffon both missing late on.
Aguero, who had a goal ruled out for offside, put Udinese ahead when he put a shot beyond Matri at the far post.
But, after the restart, the visitors were able to double their advantage when they scored their second in the 88th minute, a superb finish from the former AC Milan man.
Juventus had the better of the first half and were level in the 52nd minute when Aguero was denied by Matri after he tried to play a through ball inside the Udinese half.
But the striker could not beat Matri again when he made his only save of the half.
It took just five minutes of stoppage time to seal the result.
Matri was sent off for a foul on Juve midfielder Giuseppe Rossi, with Aguero sending a header wide.
Udinese’s Mario Mandzukic could have added a fourth after Udinese defender Dario Coelho had a shot blocked by Rossi, but his shot went wide.
Juve are still two points clear at the top of Serie A and will be hoping to avoid the worst-case scenario as they host Lazio on Tuesday.