Well, what a lovely finale! They both kicked some serious a$$, from the looks of their dishes and the comments.
From carefully watching their comments it looked like he took it fairly. It seemed like Natasha won on the appetizer course, Luca took the main dish course, and he edged past her on the dessert.
It was heartwarming watching him receive the win. I don't always get that emotional, but he seems so sincerely grateful and talented, so it was pure pleasure to see him so happy.
It was also nice to get back to clean competition. Sure, there was some snarking but it was healthy competitiveness. I'm very much NOT a competitive person, so I tend to go straight for not only the most talented but the nice people. Way to go, Luca!