Juventus have made history by becoming the first club to win six successive Serie A titles.
The Bianconeri had seen their lead at the summit of the standings cut to a single point following Roma's win at Chievo on Saturday but a 3-0 victory over Crotone less than 24 hours later saw Massimiliano Allegri's men restore their four-point advantage with just one round of the season remaining, thus ending the title race.
A sixth consecutive title caps a remarkable turnaround in Juve's fortunes Indeed, when Antonio Conte took charge of the club in 2011, the Bianconeri were coming off the back of two successive seventh-placed finishes.
Allegri's Juve won Serie A and the Coppa Italia again last season - thus becoming the first side to claim back-to-back doubles - and are now in a position to go one better this term.
Indeed, with the Coppa Italia and now the Scudetto already in the bag, the Bianconeri will bid to win their third European Cup when they meet Real Madrid in Cardiff on June 3.
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