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Antonio Conte Started Juventus' Serie A Dominance And Ended It With Inter Milan

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Antonio Conte Started Juventus' Serie A Dominance And Ended It With Inter Milan

Antonio Conte's Inter Milan were crowned Serie A champions last night, ending Juventus' dominance as Italian champions.

And the man who masterminded Inter's first league title in 11 years kicked off Juve's Serie A stranglehold, strengthening his case as one of the best coaches in world football.

Inter beat Crotone 2-0 on Saturday with second-placed Atalanta dropping points against Sassuolo on Sunday to ensure Nerazzurri with the Scudetto.

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Conte has managed to snatch the league title away from Juve who held it for nine straight years.

The 51-year-old began their dominance back in 2012 before departing to take charge of the Italy national team.

Image: PA
Image: PA

And in his second season in charge of Inter, he's ended his former side's dominance following a spectacular term.

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Fans on social media praised the Italian gaffer, hailing his managerial heroics.

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Inter have amassed an impressive 82 points and are 13 points ahead of nearest rivals Atalanta and Juve.

They have lost just two games in the league, clinching the title with four games remaining.

Conte's team resume their stunning league campaign against Sampdoria on Saturday.

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The ex-Chelsea boss will also return to Juve in the penultimate game of the season.

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Topics: Football News, Football, Serie A, Juventus, Antonio Conte, Inter Milan

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