Inter Milan beat the likes of Atalanta, AC Milan and Juventus to their 19th Serie A title.
The deadly attacking partnership of Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez, coupled with the midfield magnificence of Nicolo Barella and Marcelo Brozovic meant that the Nerazzurri won the title with four games to spare.
We take a look at some of the most interesting facts from the Nerrazurri's historic triumph.
10 amazing facts from Inter Milan's Serie A triumph
#10 Antonio Conte started and ended Juventus' dominance in the Serie A
Antonio Conte took over at Juventus in 2011 and ended their drought of nine years without a Serie A title. He went on to win three back-to-back titles before leaving Juventus to manage the Italian national team in 2016.
He returned to Serie A with Inter in 2019, and guided them to a title this season, thus ending Old Lady's stronghold of the Scudetto which spanned nine years.
#9 Antonio Conte has won five league titles in his seven full seasons in the top division
Antonio Conte is proving to be a serial winner. He won three consecutive Serie A titles with Juventus before moving to Chelsea and winning the Premier League title in his first year. He left the Stamford Bridge outfit after two seasons and took over at Inter Milan. Here, he has won his fourth Serie A title, making it an overall fifth in seven seasons of management.
#8 Inter Milan have already matched the points tally from their last Serie A win
When Inter Milan last won the Serie A title in 2010, they racked up 82 points. They have already matched that this season with four games still to be played.
#7 Inter Milan have the fewest losses in European leagues
Inter Milan have lost just two matches so far this season. The first loss came in the first Milan derby of the season and the second came against Sampdoria in January.
#6 Antonio Conte has become the second manager to win the Scudetto with Inter Milan and Juventus after Trapattoni
Antonio Conte has now become the fifth-most successful manager in the Serie A at par with Carlo Carcano. The duo have won the Serie A title four times. Fabio Capello and Marcelo Lippi have won five each. Max Allegri has six while Giovanni Trapattoni leads the list with six Serie A titles.
He is also just the second manager to win the Serie A title with both Juventus and Inter Milan after Giovanni Trapattoni.