Juventus, Cristiano Ronaldo’s team, secured the ninth consecutive title of Italian soccer champion, the 36th in its history, by winning 2-0 at home to Sampdoria in the 36th round.
In the reception, without fans, to Sampdoria, the Turin formation reached the goals by Cristiano Ronaldo, in the 45+7 minutes, and Bernardeschi, in the 67th.
Two days before the end of the Italian League, he has a seven-point advantage over the second, Inter Milan, has won the title in a consecutive way since 2011/12, now adding 36 scepters of national champion.
Cristiano Ronaldo achieved the third title with the Italian team, now adding 30 in his entire career.
Half of the titles were collected at Real Madrid, with the other half divided between Manchester United (9), Juventus (3), National Team (2) and Sporting (1).
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