The Old Lady became the first team in Europe top five league to win nine Scudetto in a row after overcoming Sampdoria by 2-0.
Juventus became the first team in Italy to win the Serie A when conceding 38 goals since the 1960/1961 season. A record they also owned.
Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson once said, “attack win you games but defence win you titles,” for the Bianconeri under Maurizio Sarri, it was a different case.
The back four have been very porous in their defending despite the acquisition of Matthijs de Ligt from Ajax last summer.
Taking a look at the top four teams in the league after 36 games, the champions faired averagely letting in 38 goals in 36 matches.
Second placed Inter Milan has conceded 36 goals, Atalanta with 45 goals conceded and fourth place Lazio shipping in 39 goals.
This is the most the two time European champion has conceded in their nine consecutive title winning streak which began in the 2011/2012 season under Antonio Conte.
They have only managed to keep 12 clean sheets in 36 rounds which is their fewest since 2011/2012.
Juventus goals conceded in the Serie A since 2011/2012.
2011/2012 – 20 goals
2012/2013 – 24 goals
2013/2014 – 23 goals
2014/2015 – 24 goals
2015/2016 – 20 goals
2016/2017 – 27 goals
2017/2018 – 24 goals
2018/2019 – 30 goals
2019/2020 – 38 goals so far
With two games left to play, the Bianconeri could ship in more goals which will definitely break their very own 60-year old record of the most goals conceded by a title winning side and that will be worse.
They could still reach 14 clean sheets which will still be a far cry to a club that once kept 24 clean sheets in the 2012/2013 and 2013/2014 season in the league.