As gameweek 32 came to an end in Serie A, Juventus tightened their grip on the Scudetto as Lazio lost yet again.
Roma and Napoli are the favourites to qualify for the Europa League next season, with AC Milan following close behind.
Serie A gameweek 32 results:
Without further ado, let’s take a look at our Serie A Team of the Week for gameweek 32. The formation used for this team is 4-2-4.
Goalkeeper: Karlo Letica (SPAL)
Karlo Letica, who joined SPAL on loan from Club Brugge in January, showed why he is rated so highly by the Croatians as his performance saved his team from humiliation.
The goalkeeper saved a penalty from Iago Falque, made the highest number of saves (6) and the second-highest number of recoveries (10) in the game, which Genoa won 2-0.
Right-back: Giovanni Di Lorenzo (Napoli)
Giovanni Di Lorenzo, who was signed from Empoli at the start of the campaign, has turned out to be a sensational player for Napoli.
The right-back has been consistent throughout the season and showed his brilliance in the 2-2 draw against AC Milan by scoring a from a wonderful free-kick.
Centre-back: Federico Fazio (Roma)
Federico Fazio has struggled for game-time this season, owing to his injuries and the loan signing of Chris Smalling from Manchester United.
However, the Argentine international made use of his rare start against relegation-threatened Brescia by scoring a goal and managing the third-highest number of passes in the game (48). He also helped keep a clean sheet as Roma comfortably won 3-0.
Centre-back: Kalidou Koulibaly (Napoli)
Kalidou Koulibaly may have lost a bit of pace after his serious leg injury but he still remains one of the best defenders in Serie A.
The Senegal international had a good game against AC Milan, who were desperate to win and leapfrog Napoli into the sixth spot on the table.
Koulibaly won a free-kick, which resulted in a goal, while he also managed the second-highest number of recoveries (9) and block (1) in the game, which ended in a 2-2 draw.
Left-back: Theo Hernandez (AC Milan)
Theo Hernandez is one of the best left-backs in Serie A. The former Real Madrid man has impressed everyone with both his defensive and offensive abilities throughout the season.
The French international couldn’t help AC Milan beat Napoli but he did score his sixth league goal of the season to earn his side a crucial point in the race for Europa League football next season.
Central midfielder: Franck Kessie (AC Milan)
Franck Kessie has been one of AC Milan’s best signings in recent years, with the Ivorian making his move to the San Siro from Atalanta permanent last summer after a two-year loan spell.
The 23-year-old dominated the midfield as AC Milan played out a 2-2 draw against Napoli. The former Atalanta man scored from a penalty, while also managing the highest number of passes (68) and tackles (2) in the game.
Central midfielder: Lasse Schone (Genoa)
Lasse Schone, who joined Genoa on a free transfer from Ajax last summer, may turn out to be their saviour from relegation.
The Danish international scored from a wonderful free-kick and managed the highest number of passes (55) in the game. He helped his team to a much-needed 2-0 victory over SPAL which enabled Genoa to move out of the relegation zone.
Right-winger: Alexis Sanchez (Inter Milan)
The on-loan player from Manchester United is finally finding his feet at the San Siro.
The Chilean international continued his recent good form by providing two assists in the Nerazzurri’s impressive 3-1 win over Torino. With Lazio again losing, the win helped Inter to move up to the second spot on goal difference.
Left-winger: Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus)
Cristiano Ronaldo is almost taking Juventus single-handedly to the Serie A title.
The Portuguese genius scored a brace and helped Juventus to an exciting 2-2 draw against Atalanta. Ronaldo has now scored 28 goals in 28 Serie A appearances this season as the Bianconeri move eight points clear at the top of the table.
Striker: Lautaro Martinez (Inter Milan)
Lautaro Martinez was in full flow as he scored a goal and provided an assist in the 3-1 win against Torino, who just fizzled out after taking the lead against Antonio Conte’s men.
The Argentine hitman, who has 13 league goals to his name this season, has been linked with a move to Barcelona at the end of the season.
Striker: Francesco Caputo (Sassuolo)
Francesco Caputo made a massive difference for Sassuolo in their 2-1 win over Lazio after coming off the bench.
The former Empoli striker provided the assist for Sassuolo’s equaliser before scoring the winning goal in injury-time to put more misery on Lazio, whose title challenge seem all but over.
Here’s how our Serie A Team of the Week for gameweek 32 would line up: