Juventus have asserted a record 6th Serie A title in succession taking after their triumph over Crotone on Sunday, Massimiliano Allegri’s side had the opportunity to secure the Scudetto a week ago but their 3-1 defeat to Roma gave the capital club edge with two games to go.
Luciano Spalletti’s side won 5-3 in an exciting game at Chievo on Saturday, while Napoli trounced Fiorentina 4-1 to keep the title race alive.
Goals from Mario Mandzukic, Paulo Dybala and Alex Sandro gave Juve a 3-0 win in Turin that guarantees they can’t be gotten on the final day.
Having commanded procedures from the start, it looked a matter of when they halt would be broken, and that occurred in the 13th minute when Mandzukic gets a splendid pass from former Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado, and he beats the goalkeeper with a low precise shot into the net.
Be that as it may, they needed to hold up until the 39th minute, before the second goal was in as Dybala scores from a free kick, sending it into the upper right corner. What a strike that is, completely phenomenal! The game would go on break with the Old Lady having the two-goal preferred standpoint.
It is Juventus 6th title in the same number of seasons since 2011-12, a feat at no other time accomplished in Serie A history. It is likewise the second step towards a first treble in the club’s history, with Juventus having beaten Lazio 2-0 in Wednesday’s Coppa Italia final and with a confrontation with Real Madrid in the Champions League still to come.
Allegri has now won four Scudetti, having guaranteed three consecutively with Juve and one with AC Milan in 2010-11.
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