Published: Tue, May 15, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Juve win seventh successive Serie A title

Juve win seventh successive Serie A title

Juve sealed a seventh successive Scudetto with a point at Roma on Sunday as both they and Napoli kicked off at the same time, but that was not the case in earlier weeks when the pressure appeared to get to Sarri's side.

Without mentioning them by name, he then took aim at Napoli who were welcomed by around 10,000 people at Naples airport after their win in Turin, which at the time cut Juve's lead to one point with four games remaining.

Juventus's six-year reign in Italy had looked seriously threatened when Napoli snatched a dramatic 1-0 win in Turin thanks to a late Kalidou Koulibaly goal.

Roma played the final 20 minutes a man down after Radja Nainggolan was sent off for a second yellow card after a foul on Argentina striker Paulo Dybala.

"Juventus have a special mentality that has been built up through the years", Di Francesco said.

A number of players could leave Juventus at the end of the season, notably club captain Gianluigi Buffon, although the veteran goalkeeper has yet to confirm his retirement., Inc. (AMZN) Announces New Go Store Locations
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Higuain's first treble for the club saw them again move a point behind Napoli.

The referee halted the match for three minutes in a period between the two goals because of continuous anti-Neapolitan chanting by Sampdoria fans.

Despite the impressive result, Crotone slipped into the relegation zone, below Spal on their head-to-head record.

Cagliari managed a surprise 1-0 victory at Fiorentina to damage its opponent's Europa League hopes and climb out of the bottom three.

Douglas Costa sparked an emphatic comeback as Juventus virtually sealed the title with a 3-1 win over Bologna.

It is a fifth title for boss Max Allegri - a reported Arsenal target to replace Arsene Wenger - having won four with Juve and one with AC Milan in 2010.

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