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    Previous Dortmund summer encounters

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    As the two sides meet in St. Gallen tomorrow evening, Juventus.com takes a look back at their previous friendly meetings

    The most recent competitive fixture between Juventus and Borussia Dortmund on a magical March night last season was the catalyst for the Bianconeri’s adventure to the Champions League final in Berlin.

    While the two teams have been paired up on numerous occasions on the European stage, they have also met three times over the years in pre-season friendlies.

    As Juve and Dortmund meet again tomorrow in St. Gallen, here is a recap of their previous non-competitive summer encounters. 

    27 July 2008 Dortmund 1-3 Juventus

    Almost seven years to the day, the two sides met at the Westfalenstadion in north-west Germany to warm up for the 2008/09 season that would yield a second place finish in Serie A and a Coppa Italia semi-final for the Old Lady.

    Claudio Ranieri, replaced later in the season by Ciro Ferrara, led his team to a 3-1 win courtesy of a stylish brace from Vincenzo Iaquinta, the first a header from Pavel Nedved’s cross and the second a smart lob after an excellent piece of control on the edge of the box. 

    1 August 1995 Juventus 3-1 Dortmund

    In the build-up to the 1995/6 season, one of Marcello Lippi’s finest in the Bianconeri dugout as Juventus won the UEFA Champions League and the Italian Super Cup, these great sides faced off at the Stadio Dino Manuzzi in Cesena.

    The scoreline proved to be the same as that 13 years later. Strikes from Ciro Ferrara and Vladimir Jugovic had given Juve a two-goal lead before a sensational dipping volley from a certain 20-year-old Alessandro Del Piero added a stellar finishing touch to the result. 

    26 May 1992 Juventus 1-1 Dortmund

    In the first meeting between the northern giants of their respective countries, Juventus and Dortmund played out a 1-1 draw at the Bortolotti triangular tournament in honour of Cesare Bortolotti, the former Atalanta president who tragically died in 1990 at the age of 39.

    Goals from Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Roberto Galia meant that the spoils were shared. Atalanta went on to win the trophy, which has featured Udinese, Milan, Vasco da Gama and Marseille in recent years, beating both Dortmund and Juventus 1-0. 

    The best of the action from these games, as well as a trove of classic Juve matches and footage, can be found in Juventus’ Blast from the Past playlist on the club’s official YouTube channel, youtube.com/Juventus

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