The Italian press were unanimous in their praise for Juventus as they remained unbeaten and clinched their 28th scudetto on Sunday night.
The Turin giants' 2-0 win in Trieste over Cagliari coupled with AC Milan's 4-2 loss at Inter Milan secured the Serie A title for Antonio Conte's team with one round of games still to play.
Gazzetta dello Sport paid tribute to Juve as worthy winners, their main headline shouting: "Juve, it's yours!"
That is followed by a sub-headline that read, "Inter rolls over Milan and hands the Scudetto" with a photograph of the Juventus squad celebrating.
Corriere dello sport saluted the Bianconeri, showing a photograph of Juve's players on their front page with the headline: "Italian champions, Yes, Juve, yes!"
Sunday's victory was Juve's 22nd in 37 games, but all the more impressive is the fact that the Turin outfit has given allowed just 19 goals so far this season.
Corriere hailed the Juve club president in its editorial titled "The merit of Andrea Agnelli."
The 36-year-old, son of the late Juventus president Umberto Agnelli, took the helm in 2010 and was responsible for putting former Bianconero player Conte in charge of the team last summer.
Moreover, he is credited with overseeing the club's transition to their new stadium, which opened this season.
Turin-based sports newspaper Tuttosport showed a photograph of 19 of Juve's squad members on their front page with the controversial headline "Juve 30" instead of 28, referring to the two Scudetti Juventus were stripped of as a consequence of the calciopoli scandal of 2006.
Tuttosport's editorial "Taking back history" focused on Juve's comeback following the difficult period which saw Italian giants demoted to the second division for their involvement in the match-fixing scandal.