Dominating Serie A for the past 9 seasons in a row does not necessarily make Juventus satisfied. In fact, now they have thought of the 10th scudetto in a row.
As is known, Juventus indeed managed to secure the Scudetto title this season at the weekend, precisely when defeating Sampdoria two goals without reply.
Although Italian Serie A still has two matches left at the time, the Bianconneri still have the right to win the championship trophy because they are no longer overtaken by their closest competitors.
In fact, this season’s Scudetto became the 9th Scudetto title won by Juventus in the last 9 seasons in a row. In other words, they have reinforced their status as dominating the local trophy.
Nevertheless, The Old Lady is not without obstacles to consistently winning the Scudetto title this past nine seasons. They are often complicated by the closest competitors.
It also appears from this season, where Juventus were overtaken by Inter Milan and Lazio.
One of the mainstay of the mainstay of Juventus, Paulo Dybala admitted that. However, it is precisely fierce competition that makes the title feel much more special.
“It can be difficult to maintain concentration and ambition. However, every success of champions feels special, “Dybala said in an interview with The Guardian.
The Argentine young star also confirmed that the 9th Scudetto in a row did not necessarily make Juventus complacent. The club has even thought of the 10th Scudetto in a row.
“I think that’s the most important. I like to win, my teammates like to win, and the club likes to win, and it is that desire that makes us champions, ”
“But of course we are helped by having the strongest player in the world in every position. “We are proud of ourselves, winning nine times in a row is amazing, and we have thought about the 10th title,” he said.
Reportedly Dyabala himself will soon get a new contract from Juventus. The current contract is indeed valid until the year 2022.
Meanwhile, Juventus, will face Lyon in the second leg of the last 16 of the European Champions League next week. Maurizio Sarri’s troops must win if they want to advance to the quarter-finals.