Giorgio Chiellini hailed a “record-breaking Scudetto” for Juventus, even though it was his first won in front of a TV.
The Bianconeri secured their third consecutive title without kicking a ball, as they watched Roma lose 4-1 in Catania this afternoon.
“It was strange winning it like this and I’d never experienced that situation from the outside,” the defender told Mediaset Premium.
“We’ll enjoy this historic event, a record-breaking Scudetto that is more than deserved made of emotions over nine months that should be enjoyed and savoured.
“It was an incredible journey and we’re not done yet, as we want to become the first Serie A club to amass 100 points.
“We also thank Roma, as their great campaign pushed us to go beyond 100 per cent. You never get used to winning, so this third consecutive title pays us back for all those years in which we had nothing.
“We want to continue winning, this squad is growing and we’ll prove that in future. We want to write new pages in the history of this club.”
This means next Sunday’s match with second-placed Roma at the Stadio Olimpico is little more than a showcase.
“Now we’ll go to Rome for a pleasure cruise and enjoy this Scudetto, because we deserve it.”
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