Inter Milan have captured their first Scudetto in over a decade, as Atalanta drew against Sassuolo away to hand the Nerazzurri the title. This puts an end to Juventus’ reign of dominance, lasting nine years since the 2011-12 season.
Rather dramatically, it was under Antonio Conte that Juventus began their nine season-long winning streak, and the former Juventus midfielder has destroyed what he created, winning his first trophy with Inter Milan.
The boys in black and blue have been unstoppable since the turn of the year and their exit from the Champions League, losing only two games since then. They also boast of the best defensive record in the division letting in only 29 goals in 34 games, which is less than a goal per game.
Romelu Lukaku has been the standout performer for Antonio Conte this season, having scored 21 goals and assisted 10 in what has been a complete turnaround since his fortunes at Manchester United.
Juventus on the other hand, have had a remarkably underwhelming season despite Cristiano Ronaldo still being at the top of the Serie A scoring charts, with 25 goals to his name. The Bianconeri could be looking at a season of Europa League football if they fail to qualify for the top four, which is something that looks seriously in doubt right now.
The race for the top four is hot and heavy right now, with Atalanta, AC Milan, Napoli and Lazio all compete along with the former Serie A champions for Champions League football next season.