Roma's loss to Catania confirmed that Juventus have won the Serie A title and the Old Lady celebrated with a 1-0 win over Atalanta.
The Bianconeri are now closing in on a historic total of 100 points and need to take four points from their remaining two games to reach the milestone.
It will be a tough test for Juventus though as they must face second-placed Roma before taking on Cagliari in their final match.
Despite their domestic dominance, Juventus weren't able to deliver on the European stage, exiting the Champions League in the groups after a last-gasp final-day defeat to Galatasaray and losing out to Benfica in the Europa League.
And Marcello Lippi, who five Serie A titles with Juventus but also the 1996 Champions League, believes he knows what is lacking in Europe.
"If they could manage three or four important wins in a row then history can change.
"Of course in the Champions League you find yourself up against Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Barcelona and you have to deal with them but there's no other way about it if you want to triumph in Europe."