Saturday Football roundup:
In Serie A, Fifth placed Atlanta are on course to qualify for next season’s Europa League after a draw with Juventus. Andrea Conti gave Atalanta the lead when he bundled home from close range in the 45th minute. Leonardo Spinazzola scored an own goal in 50th minute against his parent while defending a free kick. Dani Alves scored in 83rd minute with a header but Remo Freuler hit an 89th minute equaliser for the battling hosts.
In Germany, Bayern Munich thrashed Wolfsburg 6-0 to clinch the Bundesliga for a record fifth straight season and give manager Carlo Ancelotti a title in a fourth top European league. Gustavo received a red card.
In Spain, Cristiano Ronaldo struck in 27th minute for Madrid. Parejo’s free-kick looked to have ended Valencia’s four-match losing streak but Marcelo cancelled it out when he scored a late equaliser to move Real to the top of the table.
Barca scored through Luis Suarez in 50 and 87th minute. Ivan Raktic added on a third in the 76th minute to regain the top spot from Madrid.
In Barclay’s Premier league, Burnley won at Palace to move away from drop zone.
Stoppage-time penalty save rescued Hull city.
Vardy’s winner put the champions at 40 points to end worries of relagation.
Bournemouth’s Joshua King hit the last nail of the coffin for David Moyes’ Sunderland as they are relagated into championship.