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This Saturday Juventus of Turin won 2-1 against Fiorentina and mathematically conquered their 35th title of champion of Italy, the eighth in a row and the first with the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo in their ranks.

After the disgust experienced last Tuesday, when he was eliminated by Ajax in the quarterfinals of the Champions League, Juventus returned to the path of victory and finally sentenced a Serie A that saw him dominate from the start, without ever Give options to your rivals.

The team of coach Massimiliano Allegri is 20 points ahead of Napoli, second, who will play against Atalanta on Monday, and was crowned champion with five days in advance with respect to the end of the tournament.

Without the Argentine Paulo Dybala, with muscular problems, Allegri bet on Saturday by Cristiano of titular in the front, accompanied by the Colombian Juan Guillermo Cuadrado and by Federico Bernardeschi.

The match started and Fiorentina went ahead after just 6 minutes with a goal by Serbian Nikola Milenkovic and who silenced a Juventus Stadium.

The Brazilian Álex Sandro equalized in the 36th with a great header and gave courage to a Juventus that went ahead at the beginning of the restart thanks to an own goal by Italian defender Gaetano Pezzella, after a cross by Cristiano.

In the final stretch, while the fans of Turin began to sing songs to celebrate the 35 “Scudetto”, Fiorentina tried to save points and approached the goal of the tie in added time with a shot from the Colombian Luis Muriel who was unsuccessful .

“The eighth wonder”

When the referee blew the final whistle, the Turin squad opened its celebrations and displayed a banner with the written “The eighth wonder”
Juventus continues to make history between the national borders and continues to improve its own records. Never any team of the five major European leagues (Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga and Ligue 1, besides the Serie A) won eight consecutive titles.

The record set by Lyon between 2001 and 2008 is behind.

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