Juventus crowned Serie A champions
Juventus knew that nothing less than a would be accepted and they couldn’t have got off to more better start as they broke the deadlock six minutes into the game. Mirko Vucinic did well to beat the offside trap, went one-on-one with Michael Agazzi and slotted it past into the goal.
Andrea Pirlo saw his effort from outside the box saved by Agazzi on the 16th minute and a minute later Radja Nainggolan was added to the referee books.
A rough challenge between Stephan Lichsteiner and Mauricio Pinilla, saw the Juventus player having to be replaced by Martin Caceres in the 27th minute.
Nainggolan risked a second yellow for a foul on Arturo Vidal just after the half hour mark; before Pinilla saw his shot go wide of goal after an impressive build up four minutes later.
Francesco Pisano was booked six minutes from the break, before his shot was handled well by Gianluigi Buffon in the closing minute of the half.
Andrea Cossu replaced Thiago Ribiero just after the start of the second period but the striker was booked in the 52nd minute for simulation after he felt he was brought down by Giorgio Chiellini in the box.
Juve looked to have lost the urgency when Cossu was at it again in the 70th minute but his shot went wide once more, before Juve’s first opportunity in the game came three minutes later with a Vucinic strike but Agazzi was equal to it.
Juve were to extend their lead once more but it was through the aid of a Cagliari own goal by Michele Cannini off his shoulders and into the goal four minutes later.
With the result in the Milan derby sitting at 3-2 to Inter, the Juventus players lost interest in the match as they looked to waste time while the fans were already celebrating their Scudetto success.