17.11.2017 10:00 - in: Serie A S

      Four big wins at Sampdoria for the Scudetto

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      Re-live a quartet of key victories away to Sampdoria which helped clinch the Scudetto title for Juventus
      3 November 1974: Sampdoria 1-3 Juventus

      It was only Matchday Five when Juventus make the trip to Sampdoria, but nevertheless the Scudetto title begins to sway in the direction of the Bianconeri.

      When Giorgio De Giorgis scored to put the hosts 1-0 up straight after half-time, this didn’t look as though it would be Juve’s day, but how Carlo Parola’s men responded:

      Two goals by José Altafini and a Pietro Anastasi strike all in the space of just eight second-half minutes put the visitors firmly in control of the points – a maximum of two back then – meaning that they would join Bologna, Fiorentina, Lazio and Napoli at the top of the table: a position they would occupy outright come the end of the campaign.

      22 May 1977: Sampdoria 0-2 Juventus

      The Scudetto race went all the way down to the final day of the 1976/77 season, with Juve knowing that victory would seal their 17th league win.

      With the scores level at half-time, tension remained high in the Bianconeri camp, but that was quickly diffused after the break thanks to goals by Roberto Bettega and Roberto Boninsegna.

      Juventus finished the campaign on 51 points from a possible 60, pipping intercity rivals Torino to the title by just one point.

      4 March 2006: Sampdoria 0-1 Juventus

      Fabio Capello’s Juventus were sweeping all teams aside ahead of their trip to the Marassi, but that did not take anything away from their determination for victory against Sampdoria in early March 2006.

      The hosts made for a difficult encounter and it would take until the 69th minute for the Bianconeri to break down their resistance, when Pavel Nedved struck a headed winner, which saw the visitors maintain their 10-point advantage over second-placed Milan.

      Another Scudetto triumph was within their sights.

      2 May 2015: Sampdoria 0-1 Juventus

      Top of the table for the vast majority of the season, the Bianconeri headed to Sampdoria wanting mathematical confirmation of their 33rd Scudetto title and fourth in a row.

      Arturo Vidal’s precise header in the 32nd minute sent Juve on their way to a 1-0 victory and all three points to get the champagne well and truly flowing.

      This also meant that Massimiliano Allegri began his Bianconeri managerial career with the first of three successive league titles so far in Turin.

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