14.10.2015 14:00 - in: Serie A S

      Top ten #InterJuve strikes

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      As well as representing one of Italy's most traditional rivalries, away games against the Nerazzurri have also produced plenty of great goals. Vote for your favourite here

      One of the greatest rivalries in Italian and European football, meetings with Inter at the San Siro have provided a number of memorable moments and world-class finishes over the years.

      The Bianconeri have scored 91 goals in past Serie A matches against Sunday's opponents in Milan.

      Juventus.com has selected ten of the best, while giving you, the fans, an opportunity to decide which strike stands out above the rest.

      Cast your eyes over ten of the finest finishes in previous Serie A encounters with Inter at the San Siro before picking your favourite via the poll at the bottom.

      Tardelli’s chip in 1977

      Marco Tardelli’s gracious 66th minute lob over Ivano Bordon sealed victory after Sergio Gori had put the visitors ahead in the first half. The Bianconeri would go on to win a 17th Scudetto title at the end of the campaign.

      Galia times his run to perfection in 1988

      In football, arriving at the right place at the right time is a real skill. Roberto Galia does just that as the defensive midfielder meets Alessandro Altobelli’s cross with power, purpose and precision to draw the Bianconeri level at the San Siro.

      Baggio bangs in the equaliser in 1993

      Barely a month before claiming the Ballon d’Or, Roberto Baggio struck this beauty to equalise for the Bianconeri after Ruben Sosa’s opener for the hosts. Andreas Moeller would eventually put the visitors ahead before Inter’s Uruguayan striker doubled his personal tally with an injury-time penalty as the score ended 2-2.

      Antonio's acrobatics in 1996

      Antonio Conte’s first-time volley gave Juventus a commanding two-goal lead, building upon Attilio Lombardo’s opener. Maurizio Ganz pulled one back for the hosts, but it would prove to be a mere consolation as Marcello Lippi’s men held on to win 2-1.

      Zidane’s venomous drive in 2000

      With David Trezeguet and Alessandro Del Piero leading the line and Zinedine Zidane playing in behind, Juventus carried a regular goal threat. It would take just seven minutes for the Bianconeri to take the lead, Trezeguet capping off a fine forward move, before Zidane produced this moment of brilliance to double his side’s tally just two minutes later. Goals by Laurent Blanc and Luigi Di Biagio would ultimately help secure a draw for the hosts.

      Free-kick magic from Del Piero in 2006

      Alessandro Del Piero could not have placed this free-kick any better. The 85th minute strike would clinch victory for the visitors after Walter Samuel’s goal 11 minutes earlier had cancelled out Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s opener.

      Trezeguet pounces in 2008

      David Trezeguet shows awareness, athleticism and complete composure with an opportunistic strike that put the Bianconeri two goals to the good in this victory over Inter after Mauro Camoranesi had given the visitors the lead.

      Marchisio makes it 2-1 in 2011

      Claudio Marchisio caps off a slick one-two with Alessandro Matri, finishing coolly to give Juve a 2-1 lead just after the half-hour mark. Mirko Vucinic had opened the scoring for the visitors prior to Maicon’s equaliser.

      A Quagliarella corker in 2013

      With just three minutes on the clock, Fabio Quagliarella sent the Bianconeri’s visiting support into raptures with this wonder-strike past Samir Handanovic. The match would finish 2-1 to the Old Lady courtesy of Alessandro Matri’s winner on the hour-mark following Rodrigo Palacio’ìs equaliser.

      Morata makes his mark in 2015

      While not necessarily one for the footballing purists, Alvaro Morata’s 83rd minute goal sealed all three points for Massimiliano Allegri’s men, who had to come from behind in the process.

      The Spaniard’s celebration also ensures its worthy selection amongst Juventus’ top ten strikes at the San Siro.

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