The Old Lady of Italian football was re-born on Sunday night. The club who was head and shoulders above everyone else over the course of the season, thus far, clinched their first Scudetto since 2002-03.
With one match day to go this season, the club has already celebrated their 28th title—though supporters will claim it is the 30th—following the defeat of Cagliari and Milan's loss at the hands of Inter.
Many had written off Juventus at the beginning of the season, believing the club was in yet another re-building phase. Others gave manager Antonio Conte little credit as a man manager and believed the former Juventus player was tactically naive. However, the Bianconeri and their supporters are currently having the last laugh.
Next week the club can complete a remarkable undefeated league season and be the first Serie A club since the 1991-92 Milan side to do so. However, Serie A was made up of only 18 clubs, and Juventus' achievement could be seen as a greater feat. The club will also have the chance to complete a domestic double when they take on Napoli in the Coppa Italia Final.
Now with the Scudetto secured, here are five reasons Juventus are the deserving champions of Italian football.