Juventus have won the Serie A championship after beating Milan 2-1 in the final of the competition.
The Bianconeri will be crowned champions of the SerieA after beating the reigning champions by the smallest margin in the competition’s history.
Milan had beaten Juventus in the first leg of the final, 3-2, but they were level at the break after a penalty shoot-out in extra time.
Juventus were looking to secure a spot in the Champions League semi-finals for the first time since 2010.
The first leg ended 2-2 after Milan went ahead in the 69th minute and then Leonardo Bonucci converted a penalty from Gianluigi Buffon’s spot-kick.
Milano had not won Serie A since 1985 and their only triumph in the group stage came in the 2008 final.
Juve had to wait for the winner in extra-time to reach the next round, but were awarded a penalty when Antonio Cassano was shown a second yellow card for a high tackle on Mario Mandzukic.
Milana did not look like giving up, though, and goalkeeper Paulo Dybala converted a second penalty.
Juventino, who has not scored in Italy since February, scored in the 68th minute for the third time in four matches to help his side to a 3-0 lead.
The victory leaves Milan with five points from their last five matches and means the Rossoneri are currently in seventh place in Serie A.