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La Stampa: “The economic Miracle of the 80s” – Serie B football article Juventus, Roma and AC Milan have won the Serie A title for the first time since 1978.
The two top teams, Juventus and AC Napoli, have won eight and nine Serie B titles respectively.
In the final match of the regular season, Juventus beat Roma 1-0 at the Stadio Olimpico in the final of the Champions League to claim the Serie B title.
The champions are now the favourites for the Serie C title.
The three Serie A teams will meet in the quarter-finals on Thursday night.
According to Italian news agency ANSA, a crowd of 8,000 attended the match.
Juventus were the favourites to win the Serie D, but AC Milan will face a tough battle in the next round.
Milan beat AC Roma 3-2 in the first leg of the first-leg playoff, but the Nerazzurri’s goal was waved off by the referee.
It was a great result for the Nerazurri.
“This is a special moment for all the teams and the fans, a new era is now here.
It is an emotional day for all of us and it is a real feeling that we are all together,” Gianluigi Buffon said.
At the moment, Juve are in first place in Serie A. The Bianconeri are in third.
They had to play four games on the road in the Champions league to get to the final.
However, it is the first match of a tough four-match Serie B campaign for AC Milan.
Adriano Galliani will captain the side for the final, as they face Serie B leaders Juventus in the semi-finals.
Meanwhile, AC Milan are also set to face Juventus in this week’s final of Serie A, while Juventus will play AC Milan in the semifinals.
AC Milan beat AC Milan 3-0 on Thursday to claim a Champions League place, and they will face AC Napolo in the last-16 tie.
Both AC Milan and Juve were favourites to qualify for the last 16, but a draw at home in Turin will see them advance.
Roma beat Napoli 1-1 at the end of the Serie E season, and now they will play Juventus in their last-eight tie.