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Sport ‘The Scudetto is home!’ – Fans celebrate Inter Milan's Serie A triumph

21:45  02 may  2021
21:45  02 may  2021 Source:   goal.com

Serie A title race '95 per cent' over, says Inter boss Conte

  Serie A title race '95 per cent' over, says Inter boss Conte Little can come between Inter and a first Serie A title since the 2009-10 season, according to head coach Antonio Conte.The Nerrazzuri were far from their fluid best at San Siro, but sealed a 13th consecutive home league win for the second time in their history thanks to Matteo Darmian's goal 14 minutes from full-time.

Football fans have taken to social media to celebrate Inter Milan’s first Serie A title in 11 years.

Antonio Conte’s team sealed the diadem as Atalanta played out a 1-1 draw against Sassuolo at the Mapei Stadium – a result which leaves the Milan outfit with an unassailable 13-point lead with four games left to play.

Inter knew they were on the brink of glory after securing a 2-0 away win against Simeon Nwankwo’s Crotone on Saturday evening.

Conte's side also boasts of 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 rivals.

Soccer-Inter on brink of Serie A title with win that relegates Crotone

  Soccer-Inter on brink of Serie A title with win that relegates Crotone Soccer-Inter on brink of Serie A title with win that relegates CrotoneInter are on 82 points, 14 clear of second-placed Atalanta, and need one point to guarantee a first league title since 2010 due to their superior head-to-head record over the Bergamo club.

This triumph brought Juventus’ long-running era of dominance to an end and this has been a major talking point on Twitter.

Osimhen & Koulibaly or Kessie & Bennacer: Who misses out on the Champions League? .
The Serie A title race may be decided, but several of the continent’s players are expected to play crucial roles in the top four tussleAnyone from second to sixth — Atalanta, Juventus, AC Milan, Napoli and Lazio — could still play in next season’s Champions League with the final three slots undecided going into the final four games of the campaign.

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