Juventus won the Italian championship title for the ninth time in a row, Sunday, after defeating its guest Sampdoria 2-0 at the end of the thirty-sixth stage.
Juventus owes its victory to its Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, who opened the scoring in the seventh minute of stoppage time in the first half, and contributed to the second when he hit a powerful ball that bounced from goalkeeper Emile Odero, followed by Federico Bernardeschi inside the goal (67), knowing that he missed a penalty in 88 minutes.
Juventus strengthened its position in the lead with 83 points, 7 points ahead of its direct chase Inter Milan, two stages before the end of the season.
Having squandered the first opportunity to clinch the title when he lost to Udinese 1-2 on Thursday, he used the "Old Lady" team the second chance to the fullest and won the 26th this season, and the second in his last six games, to win the 36th title in his history, the first of his coach Maurizio Sarri on He won the league titles in his coaching career, having finished twice in summer with Napoli in 2016 and 2018.
After failing to set his training record in Italy this season with the Super Cup titles (lost to Lazio 1-3) and the Italian Cup (lost to Naples (2-4 on penalties after a goalless draw in real time)), Sari managed to raise his second title in his coaching career After the Europa League title with Chelsea last year, he lost the League Cup final with the London club.
At the beginning of the match, Juventus struggled to break the defensive conglomerate and waited for the seventh minute of stoppage time to hit goalkeeper Emile Odiro through Ronaldo's top scorer, before strengthening the second through Bernardi (67).
The coaches of the two teams forced Claudio Ranieri and Sari to make emergency replacements due to the injury, so the beginning was with the former coach of the old lady Ranieri after the injury of his German defender Julian Chabot, so he involved French-Algerian Mehdi Peres in his place (22), before Sari pushed Bernardeski and Argentine Gonzalo Higuaín the place of the injured guns. Brazilian Danilo (29) and Argentine Paulo Dybala (40).
Ronaldo almost strengthened his lead with a powerful shot from inside the area that the goalkeeper drove him to a corner (61), before Bernardeschi did it when he used a rebound from goalkeeper Audero after a strong shot by Ronaldo from outside the region, followed him into the goal (67).
Sampdoria was dealt a painful blow by expelling his Norwegian player Morten Thorsby for receiving the second warning (78).
Juventus got a penalty kick after Brazilian Alex Sandro was blocked by defender Fabio Depaulie, forcing Ronaldo strong for her, but she bounced off the crossbar (88).