Inter Milan have clinched their first Serie A title since 2010, bringing Juventus’ long-running era of dominance to end in the process.
Antonio Conte’s men were named Scudetto winners after Atalanta draw with Sassuolo on Sunday which leaves the Milan club with an unassailable 13 point advantage at the top of the table with four games left to play.
The title is Conte’s fourth Serie A title, after winning the league in three consecutive seasons during his spell as manager of Juventus between 2011 and 2014.
He also won the Premier League in his first season at Chelsea in 2017.
Antonio Conte’s men knew they were on the brink of glory after beating Crotone 2-0 in their last outing, and now the Nerazzurri can officially start celebrating their 19th Scudetto.
Inter’s win at Crotone marked their 25th victory of the season, four more than any other team, with seven draws and just two defeats also recorded.
Conte’s side also boasts the best defensive record in the division and the second-best attacking record behind Atalanta, while their +45 goal difference is currently superior to all of their main rivals.
Inter are also unbeaten in 17 league matches, with their last defeat coming away at Sampdoria on January 6.