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The Best Photos from Milan’s Scudetto Celebrations

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The streets of Milan turned black and blue

FC Internazionale Fans Celebrate Winnining The Serie A Title Photo by Mattia Pistoia#870251#51B ED/Getty Images

It took ten years, but at long last Inter’s trophy drought is over. Juventus’ nine year stranglehold on Italy is finished while the Nerazzurri’s title haul is up to nineteen. Antonio Conte’s tenure hasn’t been perfect, but he’s proved that he’s worth every dollar of that twelve million salary. Under his watch, Inter became the first team this season to clinch the domestic trophy in the top five leagues, while boasting the least number of losses (2), the best defense in Italy with only 29 conceded and the second-best attack (74 scored). With a thirteen point lead, the Nerrazurri are deserving of the Scudetto from any angle. And the citizens of Milan of course made sure to celebrate in style. Here are the best scenes from the party in the city today.

Inter supporters gathered in front of the iconic Duomo

FC Internazionale Fans Celebrate Winnining The Serie A Title Photo by Mattia Pistoia#870251#51B ED/Getty Images
FC Internazionale Fans Celebrate Winnining The Serie A Title Photo by Mattia Pistoia#870251#51B ED/Getty Images
FC Internazionale Fans Celebrate Winnining The Serie A Title Photo by Mattia Pistoia#870251#51B ED/Getty Images
FC Internazionale Fans Celebrate Winnining The Serie A Title Photo by Mattia Pistoia#870251#51B ED/Getty Images
FC Internazionale Fans Celebrate Winnining The Serie A Title Photo by Mattia Pistoia#870251#51B ED/Getty Images

Interestingly, someone drove a tractor through the streets.

Romelu Lukaku also took to the roads.

Nicolo Barella celebrated with Interisti from his balcony as well.

I won’t forget this day for a long time. I don’t have the words to say how it feels seeing a club I love as much as Inter finally be back where it belongs at the top of Italy. I know it’s the exact way everyone in this incredible community feels. And while we might not be able to pack the streets of Milan together, or experience this in person at the San Siro, this is still a moment we’re enjoying and savoring together.

Thank you to everyone who reads, who writes, who comments on this corner of the internet. This Scudetto wouldn’t be the same without you.

Forza Inter, Brothers and Sisters of the World.

WE ARE CHAMPIONS