Napoli secured their first title since 2014 after defeating Juventus on penalties at the Stadio Olimpico on Wednesday.
After a goalless 90 minutes, Napoli won the shoot out 4-2 with Paulo Dybala and Danilo both failing to convert their respective kicks while Arek Milik scored the winning penalty.
It is Genaro Gatusso’s first title as a coach and also the second title Juve lose a final this season after they were defeated by Lazio in the Italian Super Cup last year.
In the Premier League, it was the same old story as Arsenal suffered a 7th successive loss to Man City.
The Gunners who are struggling to seal a place in Europe, next season, were second best from start to finish, losing 3-0 at the Etihad.
Raheem scoring opened the scoring at the stroke of halftime before David Luiz was sent off for pulling Riyad Mahrez inside the area, four minutes after the break.
Kevin De Bryne converted the resultant spot kick and substitute Phil Foden scored a third on 90 minutes to secure the points.
The victory sees Man City climb onto 60 points for the season and they now move 7 points clear of 3rd placed Leicester City.
For Arsenal, they remain 9th with 40 points from 29 games and they sit 8 points of the final Champions League spot and 5 off the Europa League position.
In the other Premier League game played on Wednesday, Aston Villa and Sheffield United played out a goalless draw at Villa Park.
It wa one that would not go without controversy as Villa custodian Oerjan Haaskjold appeared to have collected an Oliver Norwood routine free kick and gone with it over the line by there was no indication on the referee’s watch that the ball had crosses the line despite TV replays clearly showing it had indeed cleared the whitewash.
The draw takes Sheffield into 6th spot with 44 points, four behind 4th placed Chelsea while Villa are still second from bottom with 26 points from 29 games.
In Spain, Atletico Madrid returned to winning ways as they thumped hapless Osasuna 5-0 away from home.
Having drawn their last game 0-0 away to Athletic Bilbao, Atletico took the initiative from the very start and a Joao Felix double either side of halftime saw them take a 2-0 lead by the 56th minute.
Marcus Llorente, Alvaro Morata and Yannick Carrasco then scored the other goals to see Diego Simone’s side register a 12th victory of the season.
Atletico now climbs into 4th spot with 49 points from 29 games while Osasuna are 11th with 35 points.
In the capital, Real Valladolid and Celta Vigo could only manage a goalless draw.
Iago Aspas could have won it for the visitors with 19 minutes to play but the former Liverpool striker could not convert from the penalty spot.
As a consequence, Valladolid climbs into 14th with 33 points while Celta remain in 17th with 27 points.
In the other La Liga fixture played on Wednesday, Bilbao were held to a 2-2 draw away to Eibar.
Raul Garcia opened the scoring, converting a penalty on 8 minutes but the home side levelled on 19 minutes through Kike.
Twelve minutes from time, Fabian Orellana scored a penalty of his own to see Eibar turn the game on its head but three minutes later Asier Villalibre pulled the visitors level.
The draw means Eibar stay in 16th with 28 points while Bilbao are still in 10th with 39 points.
In Germany, Borussia Dortmund suffered a 6th loss of the season as they were defeated 2-0 at home to Mainz 05.
With Bayern having sealed the Bundesliga title on Tuesday, Dortmund lucked the proper motivation in the game and were soon behind as Julian Burkardt opened the scoring on 33 minutes. Jon Mateta then put the game beyond BVB, converting from the spot on 49 minutes.
The loss leaves Dortmund in second spot with 66 points while Mainz stay 15th with 34 points.
In Leipzig, RB were held to a 4th successive home draw by Dusseldorf as the game ended 2-2.
After a goalless first half, Kevin Kampl and Timo Werner scored two quick-fire goals to hand Leipzig the lead but Skrzybski and Andreas Hoffmann struck in the last three minutes to ensure the contest ends all square.
Leipzig remains 3rd with 63 points while Dusseldorf are still third from bottom with 29 points.
In Frankfurt, Eintracht compounded Schalke’s misery as they inflicted an 11th loss onto David Wagner’s side.
Andre Silva and David Abraham were
both on target for the hosts who also conceded a Western McKennie consolation to see the game end 2-1.
The victory ensures Frankfurt climbs into 9th spot with 41 points, two ahead of 10th placed Schalke 04.
For Bayer Leverkusen, they moved back into the top four thanks to a 3-1 victory over Koln.
Sven Bender opened the scoring, Kai Havertz added a second to see the hosts lead 2-0 at halftime.
Barnauw pulled one back for Koln on 59 minutes but Moussa Diaby secured the victory for Leverkusen on 83 minutes.
Leverkusen now have 60 points, one ahead of Monchengladbach who sit in 15th spot.
In the other Bundesliga game played on Wednesday, Hoffenheim powered past Augsburg 3-1 away from home.
Munas Dabbur helped himself to a brace while Ihlas Bebou scored the other goal for the visitors. Ruben Vargas got the hosts’ only strike of the day.