Juventus seal eighth straight Italian title with point against Fiorentina

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Cristiano Ronaldo declared himself pleased with his "very good first season" at Juventus after helping his side to the Serie A title. "It's a positive group and I believe it has been a good season". The Poland goalkeeper picked up a hand injury during the scramble in the six-yard box, but was able to continue.

"I'm sorry about the Champions [League] but we transformed the disappointment into anger and energy".

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Juventus have won their last seven home Serie A matches against Fiorentina.

Juventus clinched their eighth straight Italian Serie A league title - 35th in total - with victory over Fiorentina.

"Cristiano has had an extraordinary season and will play tomorrow".

"If we can win it, we will have to celebrate and commemorate".

"In the event of winning the title, we won 50 per cent of trophies we participated in, then there's some regret for exiting the cup, which is normal". "Despite our points in advance, it was not easy".

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Juventus can equal the record for the earliest the title has been won with five games to spare achieved by Torino in 1948, Fiorentina in 1956 and Inter Milan in 2007.

However, Allegri's side - missing several players including Sami Khedira, Mario Mandzukic, Paulo Dybala and Douglas Costa - were caught out by a fast start from La Viola.

"Ronaldo's arrival did not give us any certainty of winning the Champions League", continued Allegri.

Victory was sealed after the break when German Pezzella diverted Cristiano Ronaldo's cross into his own net.

Allegri needed fresh legs in his midfield in the 65th minute and he brought on Rodrigo Bentancur in place of Pjanic while Moise Kean replaced Federico Bernardeschi 10 minutes.

Ronaldo scored home and away against the Dutch side, who went through on the away goals rule, but while acknowledging that the 34-year-old's brilliance alone was not enough, manager Allegri predicted he will lead the fight once again next season.

Interestingly, aside from spearheading Juve's defeat on Tuesday, April 16, the Dutchman also played a vital role in ending Real Madrid reign as defending champions of the UCL back in February in their 4-1 bashing of the La Liga giants at the Santiago Bernabeu.