3 August 2003, Giants Stadium, Juventus 1-1 Milan (5-3 on penalties).
An intriguing contest was in the offing as the Champions of Italy squared up against the winners of the Coppa Italia in a rematch of the Champions League final barely two months earlier. As was the case on that night in Manchester, neither team was able to find a breakthrough in regular time and eventually penalties were needed before a winner could be crowned. However, there were two goals during extra-time. Pirlo’s converted spot-kick on 106 minutes sparked scenes of jubilation for the Rossoneri, but they were quickly cut short in the blink of an eye as Trezeguet snatched a decisive equaliser. The fate of the trophy would have to be decided by a penalty shootout.
Juventus successfully netted at all five times of asking. Di Vaio, Trezeguet, Birindelli, Camoranesi and Ferrara kept their cool in a high pressure atmosphere to give the club their fourth Super Cup triumph.
JUVENTUS 1-1 MILAN (JUVENTUS WIN 5-3 ON PENALTIES)
GOALS: Pirlo (105+2), Trezeguet (105+3)
Buffon, Birindelli, Legrottaglie, Iuliano (Ferrara 107), Zambrotta, Tacchinardi, Appiah, Miccoli (Camoranesi 53), Nedved, Del Piero (Di Vaio 69), Trezeguet
Abbiati, Cafu, Nesta, Maldini, Kaladze, Rui Costa (Brocchi 81), Gattuso (Ambrosini 45), Pirlo, Seedorf (Serginho 77), Shevchenko, Inzaghi