Juventus lift the trophy despite home defeat as Cristiano Ronaldo is left out of Maurizio Sarri’s squad entirely

Juventus lifted the Serie A trophy despite suffering their first home league defeat for over two years as they finished the season by losing 3-1 against AS Roma on Saturday.

Juventus' Cristiano Ronaldo poses with the trophy as his team-mates celebrate on the night

Diego Perotti scored twice and set up another as Roma ended Juventus’ long unbeaten home Serie A run with a 3-1 win just six days before the Bianconeri’s crucial Champions League tie with Lyon.

Juventus head coach Maurizio Sarri poses for a photograph as he holds the trophy

Higuain turned in from close range just 5th minutes in after pouncing on Adrien Rabiot’s flick from Federico Bernardeschi’s corner.

Higuain gave the Serie A champions the lead but found themselves behind at half-time

In 23rd minute, Roma got into the game as time wore on, Davide Zappacosta going close after a counter-attack, then on the resulting Perotti corner, Kalinic got in front of Daniele Rugani for the header.

Calafiori then drew the foul from Danilo for Perotti’s penalty to find the bottom-right corner and put Roma ahead in 44th minute.

Nikola Kalinic celebrates scoring their first goal as play resumed behind closed doors in Italy

Perotti stretched the lead seven minutes into the second half, sweeping home inside the area – via a deflection off Merih Demiral – after collecting Nicolo Zaniolo’s perfectly weighted pass.

Perotti scored a penalty during the Italian Serie A match against Juventus at the Allianz

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