Genoa secured safety on the final day of the longest-ever Serie A season, while Lecce dropped down to the second division. Genoa beat Hellas Verona 3-0 to finish four points ahead of Lecce and ensure a 14th consecutive season in the top Italian league on Sunday.Lecce lost 4-3 to Parma, Brescia and Spal had already been mathematically relegated. LONGEST SEASON The coronavirus-delayed season ended almost 12 months after it started on Aug. 24, 2019.
Genoa, Italy's oldest professional club, guaranteed Serie A survival on the final day of the season for the second year running on Sunday by beating Hellas Verona 3-0 while Lecce became the last team to be relegated. Lecce, promoted last season, lost 4-3 at home to Parma and were relegated for the ninth time since their Serie A debut in 1985/86. Serie A table | Serie A results Genoa finished 17th with 39 points, four ahead of Lecce who join SPAL and Brescia in Serie B next season.
Lecce were relegated from Serie A following a 4-3 final-day defeat at home to Parma as Genoa retained their top-flight status. Fabio Liverani guided Lecce to promotion last season, but they will make an immediate return to the second tier. A Fabio Lucioni own goal and Gianluca Caprari’s strike gave Parma a two-goal lead, but Antonin Barak and Biagio Meccariello ensured Lecce were back on level terms at the break.
|Champions League (League Winners): Juventus|
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|Relegation (League Position): Lecce, Brescia, SPAL|