Written byRajdeep Saha
The Serie A 2019-20 season got over after a three-month hiatus in between that delayed several top European domestic leagues.
Juventus ended up as league winners, with Inter finishing a point below them.
Atalanta and Lazio claimed the other two Champions League spots.
Meanwhile, the likes of Lecce, Brescia and SPAL were relegated.
Here we look at the 2019-20 season in numbers.
Juventus, who won a ninth successive Serie A crown and 36th overall, finished with the most wins in the 2019-20 season (26).
The Turin giants registered seven losses (third-fewest) and five draws.
Juventus also scored the fifth-highest number of goals (76) and registered the fourth-highest goal difference (33).
Juventus manager Maurizio Sarri won his maiden league honor in his managerial career.
Atalanta, who earned a third-placed finish in the table, went on to amass the most goals (98).
They also registered the best goal difference (+50).
Inter went on to script the fewest losses (4).
Antonio Conte's side also leaked in the fewest goals in the 2019-20 season (36).
Inter registered the joint-second highest number of wins (24).
Lazio forward Ciro Immobile scored the most goals (36).
The Italian international equaled Gonzalo Higuain's Serie A record for the most goals in a single league campaign.
Immobile pocketed his third Capocannoniere honor, besides winning a maiden European Golden Shoe after finishing as the top scorer across domestic leagues.
Meanwhile, Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo finished with 31 goals.
Inter's Romelu Lukaku scored 23 (third-highest).
Lecce, who finished 18th, conceded the most goals (85). They were followed by Brescia (79) and SPAL (77). SPAL registered the fewest wins (5) and the worst goal difference (-50). SPAL also scored the fewest goals (27).
Atalanta's Alejandro Gomez amassed the most assists (16). He was followed by Lazio's Luis Alberto (15) and Sassuolo's Domenico Beradi (10). Immobile had the highest goal involvements (36 goals and 9 assists).
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