Juventus scored twice in the second half as they defeated Parma 3-1.
Luca Motta scored a goal and Didier Deschamps added another in the victory over the Rossoneri.
The Bianconeri won the Serie A title on goal difference with a 4-3 aggregate win over Parma in the first leg of the final.
Motta then added a second in the 86th minute to extend the advantage to 3-0.
Motti’s goal gave Juve a 1-0 lead with three minutes remaining.
However, Deschamp struck the post with a close-range header after Paulo Dybala missed a shot.
A few minutes later, Motta netted a penalty to make it 3-2.
Juve then went on a scoring spree to claim a 5-3 win over Lazio, with Parma missing two penalty appeals and a penalty appeal, but Juve got a late equalizer when Marco Donadel put his shot over the crossbar from close range.
The victory was Juve’s first in six games.