Inter Milan clinched their first Serie A title in 11 years on Sunday after Sassuolo drew 1-1 with Atlanta to secure Antonio Conte’s side the crown.
Inter are 13 points clear at the top with four rounds remaining until the end of the season, and their crowning put an end to Juventus’ dominance of the title in the last nine seasons.
This is Inter’s first league title since winning the Premier League, Cup and Champions League hat-trick with Jose Mourinho in the 2009-2010 season and his number 19 in the competition.
Inter became the second club to win the league title, surpassing Milan, who won 18 titles and succeeded Juventus with 36 titles.
Atlanta goalkeeper Berluigi Giulini was sent off after 22 minutes and ten minutes later his team advanced with a goal by Robin Gozzins.
Sassuolo equalized at the start of the second half with a penalty kick from Domenico Berardi, and the team completed the match with ten men after Marlon got the second warning, and a penalty kick was awarded against the landowner.
Goalkeeper Andrea Conseli saved Luis Morell’s kick.
Inter won 2-0 at Croton on Saturday, to raise its score to 82 points and need to draw Atlanta to secure the title.
Inter grabbed the lead in the competition since they beat Lazio 3-1 on February 14 and won the title after being runner-up in coach Conte’s first season in 2019-2020.