AC Milan missed the chance to secure UEFA Champions League football at San Siro next season while its goalless Serie A draw with Roma was marred by racist chanting.
There were plenty of talking points from a dramatic night in
Sulley Muntari had earlier fallen foul of Rocchi at the end of the first half, earning a bizarre red card for dissent, but despite having an extra man in the second, Roma failed to find a winner before losing captain Francesco Totti for his elbow on former team-mate Philippe Mexes.
The Rossoneri must now wait until the final day of the campaign to match or better fourth-placed Fiorentina's result, while Roma's only hope of a foray into
Fiorentina kept itself within touching distance of
And playing alongside the Rosanero in Serie B will be Siena, whose fate was sealed before the Tuscan side had kicked a ball in anger.
The Rossoblu duly registered a goalless draw against Inter to secure its own future and render Siena's later game at Napoli a dead rubber.
But the San Paolo faithful demanded one last push and
Udinese and Lazio are desperate to secure UEFA Europa League football by booking fifth place and the Roman side kept in touch with its northern rival by beating Sampdoria 2-0.
After a brace from
Elsewhere, Bologna claimed all three points from the Emilia Derby as Saphir Taider and
AS Roma striker