For the first time since Antonio Conte’s debut campaign in 2011-12, Juventus have finished the season with just one trophy.
The Bianconeri made history with a ninth consecutive Serie A title, but the rest of the 2019-20 term will go down as a failure.
They lost the Italian Supercup clash with Lazio 3-1 in December, then the Coppa Italia Final to Napoli on penalties in June.
Last night’s Champions League exit at the hands of Olympique Lyonnais cut their European participation short at the Round of 16 stage.
That means for the first time since Conte’s debut season in 2011-12, Juve have picked up only one piece of silverware.
Back then, the Old Lady only participated in two tournaments, the other being the Coppa Italia.
Maurizio Sarri’s Juventus have lost two Cup clashes and failed to reach the Final Eight of the Champions League.