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Juventus 2-0 Sampdoria: Juve seal ‘NINTH’ successive Serie A title


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Juventus clinched a record-extending ninth successive Serie A title as they defeated Sampdoria in Turin.

Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 31st league goal of the season from Miralem Pjanic’s short free-kick in first-half injury time and Federico Bernardeschi sealed the victory after 67 minutes.

Ronaldo accepts the chance to put Juve 3-0 up with a late penalty but sees his effort from the spot crash against the crossbar

Maurizio Sarri’s side are the only team to win nine consecutive titles in one of Europe’s top five leagues.

It extends their own record, which Bayern Munich had matched in June.

Ronaldo makes the breakthrough after several minutes of first-half stoppage time, sweeping home a powerful first-time strike

Ronaldo missed the chance to get closer to Ciro Immobile’s tally of 34 at the top of the Serie A goal charts as he struck a penalty.

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The victory secured Juventus’s 36th top-flight triumph and continued their unbroken run of titles since 2012, although they have rarely looked like suffering the kind of collapse that saw them lose seven matches out of 11 in the new year in 2011.

Maurizio Sarri was spotted covered in soap suds after being drenched in water as Juve’s staff and players congratulated each other on the pitch before continuing the party in the dressing room.

Juventus stars jump for joy after securing their ninth Scudetto in a row on Sunday with a 2-0 win at home against Sampdoria

The former Chelsea manager had time for a cigarette along the way, while Ronaldo’s strike partner, Paulo Dybala, bounced around with the rest of the club’s stars despite being in some discomfort due to an injury that forced him off during the first half.

The Portugal captain celebrates after meeting a neat set-piece from Miralem Pjanic to score his 31st league goal of the season



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