11 June 1995 was a Sunday and the Stadio Tardini awaited Juventus for the Coppa Italia final second leg against Parma. Marcello Lippi's Bianconeri went into the game holding a single-goal advantage – accrued in the first leg thanks to Sergio Porrini's header – and looking to secure their second trophy of the season; they had been crowned Italian champions three weeks earlier with a 4-0 win over their closest title rivals... Parma!
A domestic double was there for the taking and Juventus duly obliged.
Porrini put Juve firmly in command when he notched his second of the tie – and third overall in black and white – in the first half. White Feather Fabrizio Ravanelli then killed off the hosts' lingering comeback hopes 10 minutes into the second half to see the Bianconeri beat Nevio Scala's Gialloblu for the third time in three weeks. It went some way to avenging their UEFA Cup final defeat at the hands of the same opponents in May, and more importantly it meant Coppa Italia number nine for the Old Lady.
Juve have lifted another trophy on this same day, over eight decades ago. 11 June 1933, Serie A Week 32: La Signora cruised to a comfortable 3-0 win over AC Milan to mathematically retain the title – the club's fifth – two weeks before the end of the season, which the Bianconeri would sign off in style with a 5-0 drubbing of Palermo in Sicily.