Napoli are left four points behind Juventus with three games to play. AFP / ALBERTO PIZZOLI
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Napoli's title hopes were dealt a severe blow with a 3-0 loss at Fiorentina Sunday that leaves Juventus with a clear path toward a record-extending seventh straight Serie A championship. Napoli played most of the match with 10 men after Kalidou Koulibaly was sent off for a last-man foul on Giovanni Simeone, who went on to score a hat-trick.Napoli were left four points behind Juventus with three matches to play – the same gap that existed until the Partenopei beat Juventus a week ago.Juventus produced two goals in the final four minutes of a 3-2 win at 10-man Inter Milan Saturday.Milan remained one point behind sixth-place Atalanta, which beat Genoa 3-1, in the fight for the last Europa League spot.Youth squad coach and former Chievo captain Lorenzo D'Anna will replace Maran for the final three matches of the season.
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