Champions Juventus completed a Serie A season double over AC Milan with a 2-1 victory away on Saturday to cap off their campaign in style.
French midfielder Annahita Zamanian opened the account for Juventus with a strike on 30 minutes and the visitors took the 1-0 lead into the break.
Danish midfielder Sofie Junge Pedersen struck six minutes after the break to make it 2-0 for Juventus with an assist from Czech striker Andrea Stašková.
The match looked set to end on that note before AC Milan midfielder Celeste Boureille pulled one back two minutes into second half extra-time with an assist from Danish defender Sara Thrige Andersen.
Juventus finished their season on 59 points, seven less than last season. They registered 19 wins, two draws and one loss and scored 57 goals in the competition, 18 less than last season. AC Milan, on the other hand, finished their season on 46 points from 14 wins and four draws in 22 matches.
Elsewhere, AS Roma were once again the proud Derby della Capitale winners with a 3-0 victory over relegated Lazio on Saturday.
Roma stung the troubled Lazio side as early as the first minute in the first half through Serbian forward Milica Mijatović with an assist from former LSK Kvinner striker Sophie Roman Haug before forward Valeria Pirone doubled the lead with a strike in the 28th minute with an assist from midfielder Giada Greggi.
Haug put the match to bed with a strike on 65 minutes with an assist from defender Angelica Sophia.
Roma will play in the UEFA Women’s Champions League (UWCL) next season having finished their season second on the standings on 54 points from 17 wins and three draws in 22 encounters whilst Lazio have been relegated after finishing 11thwith 13 points from three wins and four draws in the same number of outings.
Goals from Mana Mihashi and Haley Bugeja were enough for Sassuolo to see off Inter Milan 2-1 at home on Sunday.
Mihashi opened the scoring for the hosts with a strike on the stroke of half-time and Sassuolo took the 1-0 lead into the break. Half-time substitute striker Bugeja doubled the lead for Sassuolo with a strike nine minutes after coming on.
The match looked set for a 2-0 win for the home side before 67th minute substitute Cameroonian striker Ajaya Nchout Njoya pulled one back for Inter with a strike three minutes from time.
Sassuolo ended their season fourth on the standings with 43 points from 13 wins and four draws in 22 contests whilst Inter Milan ended their campaign fifth on 38 points from 12 wins and two draws in the same number of outings.
Fiorentina humiliated Empoli with a 6-0 win at home on Sunday.
Italian international Daniela Sabatino opened the scoring from the penalty spot on 29 minutes and the hosts took the 1-0 lead into the break.
Former AC Milan Spanish midfielder Verónica Boquete doubled the lead for the Patrizia Panico side with a strike three minutes into the second half before the visitors blew a chance to reduce the gap when 21-year-old striker Asia Bragonzi missed a penalty in the 53rd minute.
Empoli were punished for the penalty miss just two minutes later when forward Michela Catena made it 3-0 for Fiorentina before 63rd substitute striker Valentina Giacinti made it 4-0 with a strike just two minutes after coming on.
Sabatino came back to claim her brace together with this season’s Serie A Femminile Golden Boot Award when she notched home a Danila Zazzera cross five minutes from time to take her season's goal tally to 15 goals. Giacinti also came back to claim her brace when she made it 6-0 just two minutes later.
Giacinti was returning from a lengthy spell on the sidelines due to injury and her brace made her joint-third top scorer in this season’s Serie A Femminile campaign with 10 goals.
Fiorentina, once seriously haunted by relegation, rose from eighth place to seventh with the win to finish on 24 points from seven wins and three draws in 22 matches whilst Empoli slipped from seventh to ninth with the defeat to finish on 23 points from six wins and five draws in the same number of outings.
A brace from Swedish striker Marija Banušić and a goal from US striker Victoria Dellaperuta saw ASD Pomigliano win 3-1 against Napoli away on Sunday.
The hosts opened the scoring through Slovenian defender Lana Golob in the 28th minute and Napoli took the 1-0 lead into the break.
Dellaperuta equalized for Pomigliano with a strike on 61 minutes before Banušić put the visitors in the lead with a strike just four minutes later. The 26-year-old returned to claim her brace with another strike just five minutes later.
Pomigliano rose from ninth place to eighth with the win to finish on 23 points from seven wins and two draws in 22 matches whilst 10th placed Napoli survived relegation and finished on 19 points from five wins and four draws in the same number of outings.
Sampdoria cruised to a comfortable 3-1 win over relegated Hellas Verona at home on Sunday.
Verona opened the scoring through midfielder Alessia Rognoni on 22 minutes and the visitors took the 1-0 lead into the break.
Sampdoria equalized through Guatemalan forward Ana Lucía Martínez on 50 minutes before Slovenian midfielder Dominika Čonč struck on 86 minutes to make it 2-1 for Sampdoria. 70thminute substitute striker Melania Martinovic made it 3-1 for the hosts with a strike two minutes into second half extra-time.
Sixth place Sampdoria finished on 31 points from 10 wins and one draw in 22 encounters whilst bottom place Verona were relegated after finishing on five points from one win and two draws in the same number of matches.
RESULTS (Saturday): Lazio 0 – 3 AS Roma; Napoli 1 – 3 ASD Pomigliano; AC Milan 1 – 2 Juventus
RESULTS (Sunday):Fiorentina 6 – 0 Empoli; Sampdoria 3 – 1 Hellas Verona; US Sassuolo 2 – 1 Internazionale