And with that we'll see goodbye from Europe...
- FT: Celta Vigo 1-4 Real Madrid
- Real will win title with draw on final day
- FT: Juventus 2-0 Lazio - Italian Cup final
- Alves & Bonucci with first-half Juve goals
- FT: Monaco 2-0 St Etienne - Mbappe & Germain
- Monaco win first title since 2000
Lazio manager Simone Inzaghi:
“We are talking about the Champions League finalists, but tonight they were up against a Lazio side that had its say and was unlucky.
"In the first half, there was a handball to turn it on to the upright and that could’ve changed the game. A final is decided by incidents and tonight the incidents did not go our way.
“My lads were extraordinary this season and it was a very good performance this evening. It was an emotional night, we have to thank the fans and with a little bit more luck it could’ve gone differently. My players had a great season.”
Juventus manager Max Allegri:
“We have to compliment the lads for a great game, an extraordinary first half and Lazio deserve compliments for their entire campaign.
“Now we have another important game against Crotone to finish off the title.
“The first half had a very high tempo and we made the most of our chances, so we did well defending in the second half.
“It’ll be tough against Crotone, we need one victory and on Sunday it’ll be decisive match of the season, so we need all our fans there. We have to play with the same determination we showed tonight.”
Juventus will win Serie A with a win at home to Crotone on Sunday, and then they could make it a treble against Real Madrid in Cardiff on 3 June.
Real will have other ideas of course...
Juventus are the first team to win the Coppa three seasons in a row, and they celebrate in style.
Can Juve see off Real Madrid in Cardiff next month? Both sides are very strong indeed. Hardly a weakness between them.
Juventus have won the Coppa Italia!
Leg one of a possible treble in the bag thanks to first-half goals from two defenders. Then they saw it home.
French Ligue 1
A presentation stage is hastily assembled, media pour onto the pitch as manager Leonardo Jardim is grabbed by his players. Cameras out, corks popped.
French Ligue 1
That, sums it allll uupp!
Monaco hit St Etienne on the counter and Valere Germain has a tap in for the new champions!
Gonzalo Higuain in on goal to add some gloss to the scoreline...great save! He tried to lift it but was thwarted.
Spanish La Liga
All over! Real Madrid need a point against Malaga on the final day of the season to secure La Liga!
Into added time in Monte Carlo...
Into the last 10 minutes in Rome. Lazio will wonder how they haven't scored at least once, they've had plenty of pressure, but there's a reason why this Juve team are so dominant.
He never gives the ball away, and he doesn't miss those either. What a player Toni Kroos is. He collects a pass from Karim Benzema, anticipates a challenge and dummies inside it before passing into the corner from 15 yards.
Monaco are now seven minutes of normal time away from the title, their first since 2000.
Sergio Ramos is in the book, you'll be surprised to hear, after a clash with Pablo Hernandez. This game has had an undercurrent of spice running through it.
No hat-trick for Cristiano Ronaldo, he comes off with six minutes left. On comes Lucas Vazquez.
How has that stayed out? This has been such an open game for a cup final, putting all sorts of stereotypes to bed. Gonzalo Higuain befuddles the offside trap to get in on goal, he puts a pass right across the goalmouth and it's somehow cleared.
Lazio go straight up the other end and Luis Alberto hits a shot on goal. Saved.
Megs! Dani Alves calls it, and flicks it through a defender's legs. Dreamy.
Valere Germain! You've got to score that!
Once more, it's brilliant from Kylian Mbappe, serving up the second half of a one-two delightfully. Such a good ball across the area, Germain goes for it with his wrong foot and slices it wide. Sitter for Monaco.
Should be a hat-trick...no! Cristiano Ronaldo fires wide from a cut-back before Isco then goes close.
Real searching for a fourth as we tick into the last 15 minutes.
A very late update for you but Mario Mandzukic is up and out there after that nasty clash of heads earlier on. He's got a large sticking plaster sort of arrangement over his left eye.
Twenty-five minutes between Juventus and the first leg of their attempted treble.
Are Monaco a bit nervous? A draw is enough for them to seal the title and they are well on course, but they're a long way from their free-flowing best at the moment.
The answer to the previous entry? No.
Marcelo skips past a Celta defender to the bye-line, squaring to give an easy tap-in for Karim Benzema.
Your nan could have finished that.
Oh hello. Celta can't. Can they?
John Guidetti can't buy a goal lately. So no wonder one comes with a huge slick of luck.
The ex-Manchester City forward, who you may remember missed a sitter at Manchester United recently (it would have put Celta in the Europa League final), pulls a goal back when his shot loops up off Raphael Varane and over Keylor Navas.
It is all going off.
One of Celta's coaching staff is sent off and, with the benches on the opposite side to the main stand, he marches straight over the pitch.
Then Celta decide to launch a fightback. Keylor Navas is needed to block Daniel Wass's low shot. Should score.
Blimey! When the great Gigi Buffon does hang them up, Neto may not be a bad replacement. What a save! Ciro Immobile meets a far-post cross with a powerful header, he shovels it out with one hand but not only that, somehow pushes it between Immobile and the post.
Hmmm. Slightly harsh on Iago Aspas I would suggest. Sergio Ramos steamed in quicker than an over-keen nightclub bouncer.
And then seconds later Cristiano Ronaldo goes over easily in the Celta box.
No penalty, plenty of abuse from the home fans towards the ref.
Fine defending from Kamil Glik to mop up after Monaco keeper Danijel Subasic has a rush of blood to the head and charges well out of his area! St Etienne were almost in.
Just over an hour gone.
More bad news for Barcelona fans. Celta Vigo are down to 10 men.
Iago Aspas goes tumbling over a rash challenge from Sergio Ramos...the ref toots his whistle...and gives the Celta top scorer a second booking.
Two yellows = red.
Lazio's best moment in a long time as Felipe Anderson crashes in a low shot from an angle, Neto moves well to make a smart one-handed save that Gigi Buffon would have been pleased with.And there he is on the sidelines. Looking pleased.
Not much going on at the start of the second half. This Juve nut is tough to crack.
Celta are huffing and puffing, Real Madrid looking steady(ish).
Fine save! Radamel Falcao meets a corner with a steaming header, fine connection, and that's a good stop from Stephane Ruffier in the St Etienne net.
And we are back up and running in Rome...