MLS All-Star opponent Juventus wins seventh-straight Serie A title

Doug Mendoza
May 16, 2018

Juventus boss Maxi Allegri heaped praise on his side after they claimed the Serie A crown for the seventh season in a row on Sunday evening, following their 0-0 draw with Roma at the Stadio Olimpico.

The point was all that the Oldy Lady needed to secure the title with one game to spare. Both had defeated each other with the margin of 1-0 in their away games.

Allegri celebrated with his Juve players after their title win.

On the whole, Juventus' draw at AS Roma was rather boring.

'It's a wonderful feeling, as it's never easy to win'.

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Massimiliano Allegri has finally spoken on reports linking him with a move to England, saying he will remain at Juventus unless the club fires him. In the hard moments, the balance made the difference. "We always managed to keep our composure", he added. You reach the final objective with one small step at a time. In the end, you have to get the result.

Roma, which had little to play for having been guaranteed a place in next season's Champions League by Inter's loss to Sassuolo on Saturday, were far more positive in the opening period but barely went close to testing its former goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny.

Inter's defeat meant Lazio could have secured fourth place by winning at Stadio Ezio Scida and Senad Lulic put the Biancocelesti in front from the penalty spot after 17 minutes, but Nigeria forward Simy headed in to equalise on the half-hour.

Meanwhile, Atalanta held AC Milan to a 1-1 draw, threatening the latter's hopes of finishing Italian league play in a Europa League position.

Atalanta defender Rafael Toloi and Milan midfielder Riccardo Montolivo were sent off in the 64th and 75th minutes, respectively.

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