Maurizio Sarri’s side, Juventus won the ninth consecutive Serie A title since are seven points clear of second-placed Inter Milan with just two games left to play.
This is the second major trophy for Juventus coach, Maurizio Sarri, as his Europa league win with Chelsea was his first. The very first time he won a trophy was with Serie D club, Sansovino, 17 years ago.
Sarri’s team had missed the chance to wrap up the title on Thursday when the ‘Old Lady’ of Italian football fell to a 2-1 defeat at Udinese.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Federico Bernardeschi’s efforts helped the club defeat Sampdoria 2-0.
C. Ronaldo opened the scoring for Juventus in the first-half injury time before midfielder Federico Bernardeschi added a second in the 67th minute. Juventus’ marquee signing, Ronaldo, had another attempt to score again with a penalty but missed it late in the game.
Juventus will look to maintain their form through their remaining league fixtures against Cagliari and Roma, before switching their attention to the Champions League.
They welcome Ligue 1 side Lyon to Turin on August 7, looking to overturn a 1-0 first-leg deficit and book their place in Lisbon for the final knockout stages.