AC Milan knock Juve out of top four
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AC Milan won 3-0 against Juventus to push them out of the Serie A top four on Sunday in Turin.

Milan are looking forward to feature in the Champions League for the first time since 2014.

After Franck Kessie missed a penalty, Brahim Diaz put Milan ahead just before the break, with Anton RebicF and Fikayo Tomori adding two more goals in the second half.

Milan has moved up to third position, level on 72 points with second-placed Atalanta, with Napoli in fourth spot and the final Champions League berth two points behind.

With three games remaining, including next weekend’s match against newly crowned champions Inter Milan, Juventus are now fifth, one point behind the top four.

“We had a great game, a victory over a direct rival at this moment in the championship is very important,” said AC Milan coach Stefano Pioli.

“We still have to fight. But I have a very young team. That is maturing as this evening proved.”

Ligue 1

In Ligue 1, Neymar scored the day after extending his deal, but Paris Saint-Germain were kept to a 1-1 draw at Rennes on Sunday, putting Lille one step closer to a phenomenal league title victory.

PSG led at half break thanks to Neymar’s controversial penalty conversion, but Serhou Guirassy equalized in the second half.

PSG is still three points behind Ligue 1 leaders Lille, who will be crowned champions for the first time since 2011 if they manage to get four points in their final two games.

The French giants have won the league title seven times in the last eight years, but they have been inconsistent this season, and the decision to replace manager Thomas Tuchel with Mauricio Pochettino during the winter break seems to have had little effect.

“We will keep believing until the end, we won’t lose faith, but at PSG we need to do much better,” captain Marquinhos told broadcaster Canal Plus.

“Lille are a really good side and are winning every match. We have two games left and we need to believe, focus on ourselves and perform better.”

Premier League

In the Premier League, Manchester United prolonged Manchester City’s wait for the Premier League title by at least two days after coming back from a goal down to defeat Aston Villa 3-1 on Sunday.

West Bromwich Albion’s hopes of escaping relegation were dashed when they lost 3-1 at Arsenal, while West Ham United’s chances of finishing in the top four were shattered when they lost 1-0 at home to Everton.

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