Free-scoring Napoli blast five past Torino
Napoli continued their free-scoring season by thumping Torino 5-0 away in Serie A on Sunday while hapless Inter Milan lost again in front of disgruntled fans at San Siro.
Inter's 2-1 loss to Sassuolo was their fourth defeat in a row and most of their hardcore fans walked out in protest in the 25th minute, leaving a banner on the curva Nord saying they had "gone to lunch".
With two rounds of matches to play after Sunday, Juve lead with 85 points, five ahead of Napoli, with AS Roma a further two points behind. Juventus were away to Roma in the evening game, needing one point to wrap up their third successive title.
Jose Callejon gave Napoli a seventh-minute lead at Torino, sending an angled drive past Joe Hart and into the far corner.
Piotr Zielinski put the finishing touch as Napoli took their tally for the season to 86 goals.
Inter, who sacked coach Stefano Pioli on Tuesday, did no better under caretaker Stefano Vecchi as Pietro Iemmello scored either side of halftime to put Sassuolo 2-0 ahead.
Eder pulled one back for Inter but it did little to inspire his team or quell the protests.
There were bizarre goals elsewhere.
Roberto Inglese volleyed home early in the second half to give the Flying Donkeys a 1-1 draw.
Genoa lost 1-0 at relegated Palermo when their goalkeeper Eugenio Lamanna caught a harmless Andrea Rispoli header under the crossbar but stepped backwards into his goal and took the ball over the line with him.
Genoa's defeat left them with 33 points, only two ahead of Crotone in the relegation zone with Empoli sandwiched in between.