10 November 2017
Choosing the best 10 goals in a 120-year timescale is no easy feat, but thanks to supporters who voted in their masses on Juventus’ Twitter profiles over the past week since the club’s landmark 120th birthday, it has become possible!
From 10th place to the winning strike, here is the final countdown:
Michel Platini magic against Ascoli in 1983/84. Only Le Roi could have imagined about scoring this way!
Pavel Nedved’s rasping drive against Real Madrid in the 2003 Champions League semi-final. A strike that will live long in the memory.
When you're looking for a last-minute winner in the Turin derby, just keep calm and Pirlo! Andrea makes sure the city is black and white after a classic inter-city match-up in 2014/15.
Backheel brilliance from Roberto Bettega against Milan in 1971/72. As marvellous as it is mischievous!
Del Piero shoots. Del Piero scores! Alex is the difference in the 1997 Intercontinental Cup final against River Plate and Juve sit on top of the world.
Gianluca Vialli’s acrobatics brought down the house against Cremonese in 1994/95. You can understand why!
Carlos Tevez makes your top four after this spectacular, solo effort against Parma in 2014/15. L'Apache was never short of energy during his time in Turin!
Is this the most important goal in Bianconeri history? Fabrizio Ravanelli nets in Rome en route to Juve’s Champions League final victory against Ajax in 1996.
This goal doesn’t come about by chance, but by always thinking one step ahead. That's exactly what Claudio Marchisio did against Inter in 2009. Take a bow, Principino!
Your favourite ever Juve goal is scored by the club’s all-time record marksman and yesterday's birthday boy: Alessandro Del Piero's unforgettable outside-of-the-foot volley against Fiorentina in 1994/95.
A worthy winner, we think you'll agree!