Inter Milan won their first Serie A title in 11 years after second-placed Atalanta failed to snatch a win against Sassuolo on Sunday afternoon.

 

The Antonio Conte-inspired team captured their first Scudetto trophy since 2010 — the season Jose Mourinho won a treble of trophies at the club.

 

The Nerrazurri had won 2-0 at Crotone on Saturday evening and have an unassailable 13-point lead at the top of the league with four matches left to the end of the 2020/2021 season.

 

The development ends Juventus’ nine-year run as league champions with the fallen Turin giants presently battling for a champions league spot.

Conte also wins his fourth Serie A title in his second season as Inter manager; his previous three were consecutive titles at Juventus between 2011 and 2014.

The latest Serie A title is Inter Milan’s 19th Scudetto triumph and was won through stellar performances from a plethora of players including Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez.

It also means Inter have surpassed AC Milan — who have 18 Serie A titles — to become the second-most successful club in Italy’s league history behind Juventus, with 36 league wins.

Below are the winners and runner-ups of the Serie A championship title since the year 2000:

 

Season

Champion (Scudetto)

Runner-up

2019-20

Juventus

Inter Milan

2018-19

Juventus

Napoli

2017-18

Juventus

Napoli

2016-17

Juventus

AS Roma

2015-16

Juventus

Napoli

2014-15

Juventus

AS Roma

2013-14

Juventus

AS Roma

2012-13

Juventus

Napoli

2011-12

Juventus

AC Milan

2010-11

AC Milan

Inter Milan

2009-10

Inter Milan

AS Roma

2008-09

Inter Milan

Juventus

2007-08

Inter Milan

AS Roma

2006-07

Inter Milan

AS Roma

2005-06

Inter Milan

AS Roma

2004-05

[none]

revoked

2003-04

AC Milan

AS Roma

2002-03

Juventus

Inter Milan

2001-02

Juventus

AS Roma

2000-01

AS Roma

Juventus