Published: Mon, May 14, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Juve wrap up seventh Serie A title on the bounce

Juve wrap up seventh Serie A title on the bounce

It gave Juventus a four-point lead over second placed Napoli and gave 50-year-old Allegri his fourth Cup and league double in as many seasons with Juventus.

The UEFA Champions League provided disappointment for MLS All-Star opponent Juventus, but they will play at Mercedes-Benz Stadium having won two trophies this season.

Massimiliano Allegri on Sunday brushed aside speculation he is set for a move to English Premier league giants Arsenal after leading Juventus to a seventh straight Serie A title.

Roma, already qualified for next season's Champions League, dominated the first half and Edin Dzeko, Radja Nainggolan and Lorenzo Pellegrini all just missed the target as the hosts looked unsafe.

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The home side were reduced to 10 men after 68 minutes when Radja Nainggolan picked up his second yellow card of the game.

At 17.00 United Kingdom time (16.00 GMT), all eyes are on the Stadio Azzurri d'Italia in Bergamo, where seventh-placed Atalanta host Milan in sixth for a massive showdown in the Europa League battle.

But that goal could also help doom Crotone to relegation, as they fell into the drop zone below SPAL on the head-to-head tiebreaker with both teams on 35 points.

Fiorentina's frustration boiled over when Jordan Veretout was sent off for lashing out at Joao Pedro, sparking an ugly brawl on the touchline. Verona and Benevento have already been relegated.

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