Juventus won their sixth Serie A title in a row on Sunday with a 3-0 victory over Crotone that means they cannot be caught by Roma or Napoli.
Whilst most leagues finished this weekend, Serie A still has one more week to go but Juventus needed just one win to lift the title and that is exactly what they got.
Against relegation-threatened Crotone Mario Manduzkic opened the scoring when Juan Cuadrado’s cross from deep went all the way to the back post where the Croatian was lurking.
Their lead was doubled before the break when Paulo Dybala curled home a free-kick for his tenth Serie A goal of the season.
Juventus made it three thanks to Alex Sandro and they have now won their sixth straight title which is the third that Max Allegri has won since taking over from Chelsea manager Antonio Conte.
It completes a domestic double for the Old Lady, having already beaten Lazio 2-0 in the final of the Coppa Italia.
It could still be famous treble as they still have to play Real Madrid in the final of the Champions League on June 3.