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Juventus Swallows Pride, Congratulates Inter Milan After 10 Years Without A Serie A Title

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Inter Milan were crowned champions of Serie A after Atalanta were denied victory by Sassuolo

Cristiano Ronaldo’s Juventus have now congratulated their rivals on winning the league title this season.

Antonio Conte has guided Inter Milan to their first Serie A title in 11 years after beating FC Crotone 2-0 last weekend.

The Nerazzurri were confirmed champions on Sunday, May 2 following Atalanta’s 1-1 draw against Sassuolo at Stadio Mapei – Citta del Tricolore.

This now means that the Old Lady have missed out on winning their 10th straight Italian League title having won the last nine editions.

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Andrea Pirlo’s men have now only missed out on the league title. Initial fears of Juve not to qualify for the Champions League at the end of the season was laid off when they beat Udinese 2-1 yesterday. To hold up to the champions league sport to the end of the season, they must improve on their game.

As it stands, Juve are currently third with 69 points on the Serie A standings.

The Turin-based club has now sent their congratulatory message to their rival on winning the topmost title in Italian football.

Andrea Agnelli, Juventus president, while rejoicing with the champions told them that they should watch out that they will be back.

“Well done Steven! Happy for you and proud of being your loyal opponent on the pitch and friend off the pitch. We’ll be back Inter.”

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Juventus FC on their official Twitter handle also said:

“Well done to Inter Milan on winning the 2020/21 Serie A title.”

As earlier reported, the Portuguese sensation Cristiano Ronaldo could depart Italian club Juventus at the end of the season.

It was gathered that the five-time Ballon d’Or winner has become very distant from his teammates and no longer exhibits that fighting spirit he is famous for.

Ronaldo still has one more year left on his current contract with Juve and there are interests from Manchester City, PSG and his former club Manchester United.

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