Lecce 0 – Sassuolo 0 (Serie B, May 30, 2010) Lecce finished the Serie B season one point clear and return to the top flight as champions.
Piacenza 0 – Cesena 1 (Serie B, May 30, 2010) Marco Parolo scored the only goal of the game two minutes after the break as Cesena confirmed second place in the Italian second division and automatic promotion.
Crotone 1 – Ascoli 2 (Serie B, May 30, 2010) Crotone opened after 26 minutes when Russotto broke through on the counter and finished with a curling finish into the top corner. Bernacci got Ascoli back on track with their first real effort of the game minutes later and midway through the second half Ilari netted a solo effort to secure the win.
Ancona 2 – Mantova 2 (Serie B, May 30, 2010) Mantova were relegated in the thriller, and it all started badly when keeper Bellodi was terribly unlucky just nine minutes in, Mastronunzio shot hit the bar and ricocheted into the net off the back of the goalieâ€™s head. Pellicori struck twice to turn it around with his diving header and by redirecting a wayward Tarana effort. 120 seconds later Mastronunzio went on a solo run through the Mantova defence to equalise and ultimately relegate the visitors.
Empoli 2 – Grosseto 2 (Serie B, May 30, 2010) Tosto opened the scoring for Empoli by nodding in Vannucchiâ€™s cross. Within three minutes Grosseto had turned the situation around, as Alfagemeâ€™s effort was parried into the path of Esposito and Carobbio blasted in a free-kick. Eder earned the hosts a point with a strike from the edge of the box into the top corner in the 65th minute.
Frosinone 2 – Triestina 2 (Serie B, May 30, 2010) Troianiello broke through after 11 minutes for Frosinone with a right-foot strike from the tightest of angles, soon wiped out by Testiniâ€™s chest and volley. Stellone acrobatically fired in to restore the home sideâ€™s lead and Siligardiâ€™s stoppage-time equaliser was not enough to keep Triestina clear of the play-outs..
Modena 3 – Gallipoli 2 (Serie B, May 30, 2010) Della Penna pounced on a defensive error and Artistico lobbed the goalkeeper to give the visitors a shock lead, but within 60 seconds Bruno had sparked the comeback from close range. GiampÃ equalised with a diving header on Pinardiâ€™s cross before Spezzani completed the turnaround thanks to an angled drive.
Padova 2 – Brescia 1 (Serie B, May 30, 2010) Brescia got off to the worst possible start as within three minutes Di Nardoâ€™s header had put the home team in front and a second header from Cuffa header doubled the lead. Caracciolo ‘s penalty proved mere consolation for the Serie A hopefuls. The match ended dramatically when, in stoppages, one of the sprinklers went off in the centre-circle and the referee had to give seven minutes of extra time, during which Rabito and Caracciolo skimmed the woodwork.Â
Reggina 3 – Albinoleffe 1 (Serie B, May 30, 2010) Pagano was the star of the show for Reggina, as his left-foot strike and an angled drive surrounded Missiroliâ€™s tap-in. Albinoleffe did put the effort in, as Torriâ€™s header came off the crossbar and just before the break he did get the ball into the net with his daisy-cutter.
Salernitana 0 – Vicenza 1 (Serie B, May 30, 2010) Gavazzi’s 8th minute header sealed the match.
Torino 1 – Cittadella 0 (Serie B, May 30, 2010)
Cremonese 1 – Arezzo 2 (Serie B/C play-off, May 30, 2010)
Pescara 2 – Reggiana 0 (Serie B/C play-off, May 30, 2010)