Here are all those 10 Serie A champions of the last decade
Can you guess won the Serie A title in 2011/12 season? We gathered some information from Transfermarkt for some of the best clubs in the world, that is, their all-time performing stats.
This article will tell you about all the Serie A champions of the last decade.
Serie A Champions Of The Last Decade
- 2011/12 – Juventus
- 2012/13 – Juventus
- 2013/14 – Juventus
- 2014/15 – Juventus
- 2015/16 – Juventus
- 2016/17 – Juventus
- 2017/18 – Juventus
- 2018/19 – Juventus
- 2019/20 – Juventus
- 2020/21 – Inter Milan
Juventus was the most successful Serie A club of the last decade. They won the Scudetto nine times in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020. That said, they totally dominated the league with their overpowered squad.
In 2021, Romelu Lukaku helped Inter Milan end Juve’s nine season title winning streak. The same thing could happen this year also as Inter are the league leaders again whereas Juve is sitting at the 4th position on the points table.
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However, Juve’s winning pace has increased after Dusan Vlahovic’s debut for the club. The Italian recently scored two goals and helped his club win the game against Empoli.
In a recent incident, German goalkeeper Alexander Nübel admitted that he’s not as “dramatic” as French goalkeepers. Let us tell you that he is currently playing for AS Monaco on loan from Bayern Munich.
“Until Under-14, Under-13 I played in the six [defensive midfielder] position,” he told Ligue1.com.
“I think it helps me a lot. I had to decide to go in goal or stay outfield. The decision was not so bad I think. I like to get dirty, to spring to block some shots, that’s why I decided to go in goal. But I also like the duels on the field. But for me, most important is to stop the balls, not to play with feet.”
“Maybe the French goalkeepers are a bit more crazy, and more dramatic,” Nübel said.
“In Germany we play more… yeah, if you see me playing, I’m not the guy who is dramatic, play simple, save the ball.”