JUVENTUS would have secured their ninth consecutive Serie A title with a win over Udinese.
But the Italian club’s celebrations have been put on hold after they lost the clash 2-1.
Udinese beat Juventus at home for the first time in the Italian top-flight since 2010.
The pressure was on the visitors – who have been champions of Italy for 3000 days.
And their quest to secure the silverware with a win got off to the perfect start.
Matthijs de Ligt scored a screamer from distance to give them an advantage.
But their joy was short-lived as Ilija Nestorovski levelled the scoring in the second half.
The Udinese star turned the game around when he found the net with a diving header at the far post.
Even with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala leading the line, Juventus were unable to claw back a goal.
And then disaster for struck for Juventus as Udinese snatched a winner in stoppage time .
Seko Fofana scored to secure the three points – which rocketed his team up to 15th in the table.
For Juventus, their next chance will come against Sampdoria on Sunday.