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Rossoneri Round-up for 28 April: Locatelli: “This win will definitely be a morale booster for us”

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Milan finally stopped the slide.

Manuel Locatelli after the match said:

This was a very important victory, especially after the bad result against Benevento. We could have won 4-0 but what matters the most is that we took the three points. This win will definitely be a morale booster for us. We have four more games ahead and we have to win all of them. We will never give up

The Champions League dream may have died, but this team can still qualify for the Europa League and still has a chance to win the Coppa. The season is not over.

On to the links.

AC Milan and Italian Football Links

Fiorentina pretty much put the race for the Scudetto to rest by beating Napoli 3-0. [Viola Nation]

Lazio beat Torino, meaning that they pull four points clear of Inter Milan in the race for the final Champions League spot. []

The FIGC want the tape of an interaction between Juventus manager Max Allegri & the fourth official after some questionable refereeing during the Inter-Juventus match. []

World Football Links

West Ham surrendered four goals, which was enough for Manchester City to win and score over 100 goals this season in the Premier League. []

Manchester United said “goodbye” to Arsene Wenger as Arsenal lost at Old Trafford 2-1. [Sky Sports]

Barcelona beat Deportivo La Coruña 4-2 to win another La Liga title. The loss also relegated Deportvio. [Barca Blaugranes]

Atlético Madrid survived a missed penalty from Fernando Torres and beat Alavés 1-0. [Into The Calderon]

Celtic FC continued their dominance in Scotland, as they won yet another championship by beating their fierce rivals Rangers FC. []