- Juventus were dealt a massive blow in their hopes of securing a top-four finish following their 3-0 home defeat to AC Milan
- Brahim Diaz, Ante Rebic, and Fikayo Tomori all found the back of the net during the tie to inspire Milan to victory
- Juve's defeat left them in fifth, a point behind Napoli with just three games left to end the Serie A season
- They will be hoping Napoli register dismal results and for them to win all the three remaining fixtures for a chance to seal a top-four finish
Juventus could be forced to play in Europa League next season following their weekend defeat in the hands of AC Milan.
The Turin-based club suffered a 3-0 defeat at home on the night of Sunday, May 9, leaving Ronaldo and co. sitting in fifth, a point off the top four, and with just three games left to end the season.
Brahim Diaz scored the visitors' opener on the stroke of half-time before Franck Kessie failed to double Milan's advantage from the spot at the hour mark.
Ante Rebic and Fikayo Tomori both found the back of the net deep in the second half to secure all three points for Milan.
The huge win sent Stefano Pioli's men to third on the Serie A standings, leaving Juve deeply frustrated.
Andreas Pirlo's side are now scheduled to travel to Sassuolo on Wednesday, May 12, during their next fixture, before hosting crowned champions Inter Milan on Saturday, May 15.
They will then wind up their disappointing campaign with a trip to mid-table to Bologna with the hope of sealing a place in the top four.
However, that will only happen if Napoli, who sit fourth lose all their three remaining matches.
Napoli are scheduled to play Udinese on Tuesday, May 11, before taking on Fiorentina away from home on Sunday, May 16.
Ronaldo could end up playing Europa League football next season as AC Milan compounds Juventus' woes
Gennaro Gattuso's wards will then battle Verona at home in their last fixture of the campaign.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Juventus were condemned to a 3-0 defeat at the Allianz Stadium by AC Milan as their race to finish in the Champions League position suffers a major setback.
A goal each from Brahim Diaz, Ante Rebic, and Fikayo Tomori handed the visitors their first win over the Old Lady in Turin since March 2011.
The defeat has now seen Juve dropped to the fifth position on the table with 69 points from 35 points while they face Sassuolo, Inter Milan, and Bologna in their remaining fixture.