Juventus FC won the 9th consecutive Italian Serie A title, the second since Cristiano Ronaldo's arrival in black and white. The Portuguese champion, who scored 31 league goals at the end of the match against Sampdoria, celebrates the success with an Instagram post that portrays the team, intent on celebrating in the locker room, accompanied by the words: "That's it!
Champions of Italy: very happy for the second consecutive championship and to continue building the history of this great and splendid club. This title is dedicated to all Juve fans, in particular to those who have suffered and suffer from the pandemic that has affected us all.
by surprise toppling the world. It was not easy! Your courage, your attitude and your determination were the strength we needed to face this tight final of the championship and fight to the end for this title that belongs to the whole world.
Italy. A big hug to you all."
Questo titolo è dedicato a tutti i tifosi della Juve, in particolare a coloro che hanno sofferto e soffrono per la pandemia che ci ha colti tutti di sorpresa rovesciando il mondo. Non è stato facile! Il vostro coraggio, la vostra attitudine e la vostra determinazione sono state la forza di cui avevamo bisogno per affrontare questa stretta finale del campionato e lottare fino alla fine per questo titolo che appartiene a tutta l’Italia.
Un grande abbraccio ????a voi tutti! #stron9er #finoallafine
Juventus FC won Italian Serie A
Juventus FC won the Italian Serie A, the 9th in row and the 36th of its history!
Despite a complicated game for a few moments, Sarri's team does not fail the second match point and wins the 9th consecutive Italian title. Against Sampdoria the match ends 2-0, opened by the goal in the extratime of the first half of Cristiano Ronaldo - the 31st this year, are 450 in the championships played in his career - who takes the cover of the evening and the title, his second in Serie A.
The Portuguese is also an 'accomplice' to the goal that ends the challenge, signed by Bernardeschi, but has on his conscience the penalty missed in the final that keeps him away from Immobile in the bomber ranking.
The other great protagonist of the season, Dybala, exults halfway through an injury that worries him in view of the Champions League. Meanwhile Sarri, the oldest coach ever to win a championship in Italy, celebrates the first personal Scudetto and on the Juventus bench.
He does it two days in advance, after a journey always at the top of the standings, and putting behind the difficulties highlighted in the last period. Ranieri's team, however, comes out with their heads held high at the Stadium to make way for the bianconeri party.
Sarri deploys Cuadrado in the offensive trident with Dybala and CR7, and proposes Pjanic in the midfield hinge completed by Rabiot and Matuidi. Ranieri chooses a 4-4-2 with Tonelli employed as right back and the Ramirez-Quagliarella pair forward.
The start of Sampdoria is excellent and immediately becomes dangerous with the header by Ramirez who, left alone, hits the head and facilitates Szczesny's grip. The blucerchiati close all the lines of passage very well, but they risk complicating life on two defensive lightnesses that put Ronaldo in the condition to score.
Both times the Portuguese is anticipated when he kicks, first by Tonelli and then by Chabot, with the latter suffering an involuntary blow and after a few minutes he is forced to go out in favor of Leris.