Serie A: Frosinone Relegated After Empoli Score Added-time Winner

By Chimezie Nebolisa

Frosinone were relegated from Serie A after they lost 1-0 at home to Udinese and Empoli scored a stoppage-time winner through M'Baye Niang to prevail 2-1 against visiting AS Roma on Sunday.

Relegation-threatened Udinese beat Frosinone with a late Keinan Davis goal, sealing their opponents' fate, as Empoli maintained their top-flight status thanks to halftime substitute Niang with their fans pouring onto the pitch at the end.

Roma's Houssem Aouar had cancelled out Matteo Cancellieri's goal for Empoli that had given the hosts a 13th minute lead.

But Niang's last-gasp strike saw Empoli remain in the top flight for three seasons in a row for the first time.

Roma, meanwhile, finished sixth on 63 points and will play in the Europa League next season alongside seventh-placed Lazio, who drew 1-1 at home to Sassuolo and end on 61.

Distraught Frosinone finished a point behind Empoli and joined bottom side Salernitana, who were consigned to the drop last month with a 3-0 loss at Frosinone, and Sassuolo, whose fate was decided last weekend after a 2-0 defeat by Cagliari.