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Euro wrap: Atletico Madrid secure Champions League spot as Juventus secure Coppa Italia

Antoine Griezmann scored a 24-minute hat-trick as Atletico Madrid secured Champions League football with a 3-0 victory at Getafe in LaLiga.

The France international struck after 27, 42 and 51 minutes to ease his side to a comprehensive win which moved them them 11 points clear of fifth-placed Athletic Bilbao, who lost 2-1 at lowly Celta Vigo, with two games each to play.

Bilbao led through Alex Berenguer's 23rd-minute opener, but conceded twice inside three minutes after the break as Williot Swedberg and substitute Hugo Alvarez struck to edge Celta to within a point of safety.

That fightback came as a blow to Cadiz after they had given themselves hope of avoiding the drop with a 1-0 win at Sevilla.

Sergi Guardiola struck in the sixth minute of stoppage time to leave the visitors, who started the night in 18th place, four points from survival, but with just six left to play for.

Goals from Florian Lejeune and Jorge De Frutos eased 10-man Rayo Vallecano to the brink of safety following a 2-1 win over relegated Granada.

Dusan Vlahovic ended Juventus’ three-year wait for a trophy as his early goal secured a 1-0 win over Atalanta in the Coppa Italia final.

Vlahovic kept his nerve after being slipped through by Andrea Cambiaso at the Stadio Olimpico, with the Serbia striker holding off the challenge of Isak Hien before slotting past Marco Carnesecchi in the fourth minute.

The Bianconeri survived a frenetic final quarter of an hour and manager Massimiliano Allegri saw red deep into added time after furiously removing his jacket and confronting the fourth official, but they held out to claim a record-extending 15th win in the competition.

Bradley Barcola took up the absent Kylian Mbappe’s mantle as Ligue 1 champions Paris StGermain ended

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