Juventus
    08.02.2018 14:00 - in: Serie A S

    Florence and the case of 1-2

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    Eight games have seen Fiorentina-Juventus finish with a 1-2 scoreline

    1-2, this was the result of the last Bianconeri victory at the Stadio Artemio Franchi, a scoreline that has occurred eight times since 1932, 31 Serie A championships ago. Here are the most recent examples of this result.

    2015/16

    The Bianconeri's last win in Florence saw them go in-front after Mario Mandzukic volleyed home in the first half to make it 0-1. However, Fiorentina restored parity when Nicola Kalinic struck in the final 10 minutes to equalise, but the Bianconeri weren't to be beaten and re-took the lead just one minute later as Alvaro Morata tapped in from close range and make it 1-2. The drama wasn't over yet, Gianluigi Buffon saved a 90th minute penalty from Kalinic.

    2009/10

    After just two minutes of play La Vecchia Signora went ahead with a Diego strike after he showed his composure to round the goalkeeper. Former Bianconero, Marco Marchionni then equalised but Juve would leave Florence with all three points as Fabio Grosso scored the winner.

    2004/05

    Fabio Capello took his Juve side to Florence in December of 2004, which saw The Old Lady take the lead through David Trezeguet in the first half, Giampaolo Pazzini equalised to bring the Viola back in it. Juve got the win when David Trezeguet excellently knocked down to Mauro Camoranesi who took the goal well and then celebrated with an AC/DC tribute!

    1970/71

    A young Juve side were able to come back to going a goal down to an Ugo Ferrante goal, when a 20-year-old Roberto Bettega equalised, and a 21-year-old Franco Causio got the winner.

    1966/67

    The third matchday of a Scudetto winning season that saw Juventus clinch number 13, had Sandro Salvadore open the scoring with a header, with ex-Juve player, Kurt Hamrin evening it up, before Virginio De Paoli decided the match.

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