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    27.04.2018 16:00 - in: Serie A S

    #InterJuve: The story of 1-2

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    Incredibly, the last seven Bianconero wins at the San Siro have come from this same scoreline

    It's always special when the Bianconeri walk out of San Siro with all three points in the Derby d'Italia and the last seven times that Juventus has been victorious against Inter on the road, there's been the same theme: 1-2

    1995-96

    Attilio Lombardo opened the scoring after just four minutes while Antonio Conte doubled the lead in the second half. A late strike from Maurizio Ganz pulled Inter within one but the Bianconeri would hold on. 

    Not insignificantly, this match was played three days after Nantes-Juventus in which the Bianconeri qualified for that famous Champions League final in Rome. 

    1999-2000

    Super Darko Kovacevic would be the hero on this night putting two goals past the great former Bianconero goalkeeper Angelo Peruzzi. A goal seven minutes from the end by Clarence Seedorf would complete the 1-2 scoreline. 

    2005-06

    In just 20 minutes, this memorable matchup saw the entire swing of emotions. Zlatan Ibrahimovic put the Bianconeri up, but Walter Samuel would equalize. However, a draw wasn't enough on that night and who else but Alessandro Del Piero would put a free kick that left Julio Cesar rooted to the spot. 

    2007-08

    One of the most memorable matchups, Camoranesi and Trezeguet found goal for the Bianconeri while Nuno Maniche scored for Inter. 

    2011-12

    One of the first Juventus masterpieces by Antonio Conte, this match saw everything happen early on. Mirko Vucinic put the Bianconeri in front while Maicon scored a powerful effort to equalize. Il Principino broke the deadlock with a strike that will always be remembered by Juventini. 

    2012-13

    The rule of 1-2 hits Samir Handanovic for the first time in the 2012/2013 season as Fabio Quagliarella scores perhaps the best Inter-Juve goal by a Bianconero. The Sampdoria bomber then assisted Matri for the second goal while Rodrigo Palacio would score for Inter. 

    2015-16

    With the scudetto already won and passage to Berlin for the Champions League Final assured three days earlier, it was Inter who took the lead through Icardi. However, Marchisio equalized from the spot and Alvaro Morata scored the match-winner celebrating with a pair of dark sunglasses. Deal with it, indeed...

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