Inter Milan won the 19th Scudetto on Sunday, when Atalanta and Sassuolo drew 1-1, giving the Nerazzurri their first Serie A title since 2010.
It was also their first major championship since winning the Coppa Italia in 2011.
Inter Milan last won the Scudetto in 2009/2010, when Jose Mourinho led the Italian giants to an unprecedented treble.
The following year, AC Milan won Serie A, before Juventus established an era of dominance by winning nine consecutive titles.
After a 2-0 win over already-relegated Crotone on Saturday, the Nerazzurri took a 13-point lead in the table.
After Atalanta failed to beat Sassuolo, Antonio Conte’s side was expected to end the title drought with four games remaining.
Inter Milan’s championship was then secured with a 1-1 tie.
“Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, Italy’s champions. We can finally scream it, after dreaming of it, hiding it in the depths of our hearts, holding on to it like a precious dream we didn’t want to waste.
“This Scudetto is worn by us. Beautiful, emphatic, and well-deserved Long-awaited and yearned for,” Inter Milan wrote on their website.
The newly crowned champions also cautioned fans to “celebrate responsibly.”
While the Scudetto has been won, the top-four race remains wide open as Juventus competes for a place in the UEFA Champions League.
Udinese took an early 1-0 lead through Nahuel Molina, and the Bianconeri fell behind.
But Juventus began to push forward, and it paid off in the final minutes.
Cristiano Ronaldo broke his goal drought with a penalty kick and a header, assisting the Old Lady in completing the comeback.
With 69 points, Atalanta, Juventus, and AC Milan are in second to fourth place.
After a 1-1 draw with Cagliari on Sunday, fifth-placed Napoli has 67 points and hopes to qualify for the Champions League.
In other games played on Sunday, Lazio defeated Genoa 4-3, Sampdoria defeated Roma 2-0, and Bologna drew 3-3 with Fiorentina.