La Vecchia Signora only had to add one point in the Olympic to win his seventh consecutive Scudetto in Italy.
A formality Juventus drew 0-0 against Roma at the Olympic Stadium and, with the point, took the advantage to Napoli enough to finish establishing himself as Italian Serie A champion. The team led by Massimiliano Allegri won his seventh consecutive Scudetto, an absolute record in his country.
Juve needed only one unit to shout champion with a day to play and did not make much merit in the Italian capital to get more than that. In the first half he looked for momentum to ensure the victory, but once Nainggolan was expelled in the complement, took his foot off the accelerator and put on autopilot until the end of the game.
Thus, Juventus, which featured the Argentines Gonzalo Higuain and Paulo Dybala from the start and the Uruguayan Rodrigo Bentancur entering the second half, returned to celebrate in Italy and confirmed an unprecedented hegemony despite the constant clawing of Napoli throughout the campaign and in this day, in which he beat Sampdoria 2-0 but did not manage to keep his chances.