It's official. Juventus are the first team in Serie A, La Liga, Bundesliga, Ligue 1 or Premier League history to win the league title in eight consecutive seasons after last night's win against Fiorentina.
The Old Lady have dominated in recent months, with marquee signings Cristiano Ronaldo, Douglas Costa, Leonardo Bonucci and Joao Cancelo helping them build somewhat of a dynasty in Turin.
The fact that Juve are currently 20 points ahead of second place Napoli says everything, to be honest.
But it wasn't just a historic night for the club, with one of the above names making his own piece of history.
Cristiano Ronaldo became the first player ever to win a league title in England, Spain and Italy.
He dominated the Premier League. He dominated La Liga and now he's well and truly dominated Serie A after many doubted whether he could do it, aged 34.
The forward bagged 19 goals in 27 games for Juventus in the league campaign, but six goals in nine wasn't quite enough to progress in the Champions League after they were knocked out by Ajax earlier this week.
Then again, his record is something to shout about, right?
Despite his doubters, Ronaldo proved them wrong from day one with his incredible medical results.
The 34-year-old's physical state was compared to a 20 year old after results in his medical highlighted that he had 7% body fat and an incredible 50% muscle mass, which is significantly better than fellow professionals of that age group.
He went on to become a key figure in Juventus plans, even taking over the reigns as free-kick taker, despite the immense talents of Miralem Pjanic and Paulo Dybala.
Is he the greatest of all time?
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