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      #JuveParma down the years

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      Juventus.com takes a step back in time to look at a quintet of encounters against the Crociati on home turf

      Ahead of the Biaconeri’s Serie A home clash with Parma, Juventus.com takes a trip down memory lane to bring you five memorable victories over the Crociati in Turin.

      Juventus 6-1 Parma, 4 October 1925

      Jeno Karoly’s Bianconeri romped to a 6-1 triumph in the first ever meeting between the two sides at the Stadio Corso di Marsiglia.

      Tito Mistrali’s consolation for Parma at the death was preceded by two Juventus hat-tricks scored by  Pietro Pastore and Ferenc Hirzer respectively.

      The resounding scoreline would send shockwaves throughout the league and signalled a sign of things to come as Karoly’s men went on to win their second Scudetto title at the culmination of the 1925/26 campaign.

      Juventus 5-0 Parma, 27 January 1991

      During a disappointing year on the field for Luigi Maifredi’s men, a Roberto Baggio-inspired Bianconeri outfit ran out 5-0 winners over the Gialloblu.

      Julio Cesar’s vicious drive from Il Divin Codino’s lay-off opened proceedings midway through the first half before the floodgates well and truly opened when Pierluigi Casiraghi hit a second after 57 minutes, tapping in at the far post from Luigi De Agostini’s left wing cross.

      Giancarlo Marocchi added a third 117 minutes from time, prodding home from 12 yards before Baggio got himself on the scoresheet with two strikes in quick succession.

      The first saw him dance past his marker before curling emphatically into the top corner five minutes from the end while the second was a deft flick that went in off the post.  

      In 1991 #JuveParma ended 5-0, with this man striking twice...#Throwbackthursday

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      Juventus 4-0 Parma, 21 May 1995

      When second-placed Parma – who had pushed the Bianconeri all the way during the 1994/95 campaign – arrived at the Stadio Delle Alpi, Juventus needed only a point to secure the Scudetto title.

      Marcello Lippi’s side didn’t let up however and made sure they sealed the championship title in style with two games to spare.

      Forward Fabrizio Ravanelli got the ball rolling when he curled home after 11 minutes before Didier Deschamps did the same when he made it two shortly before the interval.

      Gianluca Vialli got in on the act after 64 minutes and Ravanelli – who would go on to finish as the Bianconeri’s top scorer in all competitions with 30 strikes to his name – tapped in to notch his second and Juventus’ fourth 240 seconds later.

      Juventus 4-1 Parma, 11 September 2011

      The Bianconeri brought in a new era at Juventus Stadium in style with a 4-1 success over Franco Colomba’s Crociati outfit.

      On a sunny September afternoon in front of a capacity crowd, Andrea Pirlo picked out debutant Stephan Lichtsteiner’s run and the Swiss defender rounded Antonio Mirante before turning in the opener after 17 minutes.

      Alessandro Matri was then denied twice when his first-half header was chalked off for offside before hitting the inside of the post after he had been put clean through after the break.

      Simone Pepe doubled the Old Lady’s advantage when he fired in after 58 minutes and then Arturo Vidal volleyed in his maiden goal in the black and white stripes a quarter of an hour later.

      Boyhood Bianconero Claudio Marchisio made it four, latching on to another exquisite Pirlo pass prior to current Juventus player Sebastian Giovinco bagging a consolation with a penalty deep into stoppage time.

      Juventus 2-0 Parma,  25 August 2012

      Juventus began their title defence with a comfortable victory over the Crociati on the opening day of the 2012/13 campaign.

      Following Vidal’s penalty miss in the first half, the Bianconeri got their noses in front when Lichtsteiner tapped in Kwadwo Asamoah’s low drive across the six-yard box nine minutes after the interval, his second in as many years against the Gialloblu.

      Antonio Conte’s men wrapped up all three points a minute shy of the hour-mark through Pirlo’s free-kick which slipped under the wall and crossed the line before Mirante could keep it out.

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