Juventus won the Serie A title for the second straight season and 29th overall on Sunday following a 1-0 win over Palermo.
Although some fans would argue it’s the club’s 31st title despite being stripped of two crowns for their involvement in a match-fixing scandal eight years ago.
Arturo Vidal converted a 59th-minute penalty against Palermo to secure the win and make it mathematically impossible for Juve to be caught by second-placed Napoli with three games remaining.
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