Juventus boss Antonio Conte has taken a dig at AC Milan and their coach Massimiliano Allegri for not doing their talking on the field this term.
The Old Lady fought off stiff competition from the Rossoneri to clinch their 28th official Serie A title last weekend but Milan CEO Adriano Galliani is still complaining about Sully Muntari's 'ghost goal' against the Bianconeri at San Siro in February, while at the same time bemoaning the amount of injuries his club suffered this season.
Conte insinuated that he is unsurprised by the bitterness emanating out of San Siro, arguing that Juve's vanquished foes have done far too much talking this season.
“I also remember hearing Allegri say in a press conference that Milan would secure their second ‘star’ on the jerseys," the former Italy international told Sky Sport Italia. "At that moment I thought: ‘Damn, they really are convinced they can win the Scudetto.'
“I’d say what happened on the pitch did the talking. We won eight of our last nine games, proving this didn’t manage to put us off our stride.
"I always said the best team would win over the course of a season, the most consistent, organised and who played the better football. I think Juventus proved they were superior to Milan in those terms."
Juventus can now become only the third side in history to go through an entire Serie A season undefeated when they take on Atalanta in Turin on Sunday afternoon.