Juventus are through to the Champions League final and the treble is well and truly on.
Having already picked up the Coppa Italia, they’re on course to win Serie A (their sixth title in a row).
After defeating Monaco in the semi-finals, they’ll face holders Real Madrid in the Champions League final.
Gonzalo Higuain was the hero for Juventus in those semi-final fixtures and will face his former club in Cardiff. The Argentine forward recently took the opportunity to criticise Monaco centre-half Kamil Glik.
Speaking to Corriere dello Sport, Higuain condemned a vicious stamp from the former Torino star.
Luckily it left him uninjured. He said: “I have no words for that foul.
“It was senseless, done for no reason and with absolutely no dignity. The whole world saw what he did and he didn’t even have the honesty in that moment, or after the match, to come over and apologise.
“I’m sorry for him, as he tried to hurt me and failed.”