The most recent Juventus v Bologna fixture in November 2012 was decided by a late Paul Pogba header, one of three triumphant winners right at the death of a home clash with the Rossoblu that stand out from previous encounters.
The fixture was swung the Bianconeri’s way in similarly breathtaking fashion in 2002, when Juve picked up three fundamental points in the Scudetto race at the Delle Alpi thanks to a late Massimo Tarantino own-goal.
Though there are no survivors from that Bologna squad in today’s group (and the manager at that time was Francesco Guidolin, current Udinese boss), Gigi Buffon and Antonio Conte were both battling on the field for Juventus in the fight for Scudetto number 26.
Going back to the beginning of the history between the two sides, Juventus’ very first victory over Bologna was also secured in the dying embers.
It finished 2-1 in 1924 at the Stadio di Corso Marsiglia as it had also done at the Delle Alpi in 2002, Virginio Rosetta netting an emphatic winner just 60 seconds after Pietro Genovesi had equalised Piero Pastore’s Bianconeri opener with 85 minutes gone.