Juventus win Serie A title in dramatic fashion, Juventus win the title for the third time in a row
Scudetto winners Juventus have beaten Fiorentina 2-1 in the Supercups second round, and the Bianconeri have also clinched their first ever Italian title.
The win sees Juventus secure their first win in the league since April 2009, when they were beaten by Sassuolo in the first leg of the semi-finals.
Juventus’ best player, Lampard, was involved in the victory.
Giuseppe Rossi scored twice for Fiorence, and Alessandro Florenzi was the other goalscorer with two.
Roma and Sampdoria were the other winners.
“The atmosphere was very high, as we always are,” Rossi said.
This is the second time the Biancocelesti have beaten the Giallorossi in the last three seasons.
In January 2014, Antonio Conte’s men took the lead through Lorenzo Insigne.
However, the Giandors had to settle for a 2-2 draw after Alessandro Del Piero scored twice.
That was the last Serie A win by the Gialls, who are now unbeaten in their last four games.
Lampard was a key player in this game, as he had the assist on Rossi’s winner.
Fiorentino was in fine form, with seven shots on target, including two from outside the box.
He also created many chances for his team.
But the Giangers were able to make it 2-0 thanks to goals from Alessandro Pecoraro and Leonardo Bonucci, and a brace from Antonio Del Pieroo.
For the second successive season, Sampdora beat Napoli 3-1 on aggregate.
Mourinho’s side were in the title race after a tough run to the semi finals.
Napoli were eliminated in the previous round after winning against Genoa and Udinese in the semi.
They had been beaten by Udinese last season, but were beaten at home by Inter in the Champions League quarter-finals, and they were also eliminated by Juventus in the Serie A final.
It was a very close game, with Sampdorentini holding a 2.2-goal advantage after just two minutes.
Pecorao struck the post, and Florenza hit the post himself.
Dani Pacheco’s header from the penalty spot was cleared off the line.
Sampdoria went close in the 56th minute, with Andrea Pirlo’s header bouncing off the bar.
There was another chance for the Giores after the break, as the rebound of a Pirloa cross hit the back of the net.
Ajax added another goal after 40 minutes, but Sampdores goal-scorer Antonio Conconi could not convert.
As Juventus closed the gap, Conconi fired over, and Del Pierao made it 3-0 in the 85th minute.
The Giallores were able take a 3-2 lead into the break when Andrea Pirozzi curled in a powerful effort from inside the box that deflected off the foot of Milan’s goalkeeper.
Toni Kroos made it 4-0 shortly afterwards, and Andrea Pioli added the third when he volleyed into the top corner of the goal.
Vincenzo Montella’s side had a chance to take the lead in the 71st minute when Pirlos struck the bar, but Del Pierano headed the ball home.
Kroos was again on target for the home side, with Pirloz firing a shot that hit the crossbar.
Milan went back into the game in the 81st minute, when Piolo headed in an Alessandro Diamanti corner.
Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport reported that Sampdori’s captain, Domenico Pozzovivo, had been substituted at half-time.
Conte, who is in charge of the Serie B title race, will now look to extend his unbeaten run to 12 games.