Juventus-Roma has always been a fixture where Argentine players have been decisive for the Bianconeri, since the days of Raimundo Orsi, after scoring an important goal against the Giallorossi in a 3-2 win in the 1930-31 season. Orsi then followed it up with a double in a 7-1 win in the same fixture in 1932, since then the rest is history with a number of pivotal Argentines playing their part.
Juve-Roma: A night for Argentines
On the last day of the season, the Stadio Comunale celebrated Juventus' 10th Scudetto and the team's first star. The goal from the Argentine arrived at the beginning of the match, after a free-kick from Giampiero Boniperti was played into the path of Omar Sivori who finished with aplomb.
On an intense evening at the Allianz Stadium, Carlos Tevez had to keep his cool from the spot on two occasions, and both times the number 10 delivered. First to put the Bianconeri ahead and the second time to level the match, that Juve would eventually go on to win 3-2.
With the match tied at 0-0, an inch perfect pass from Paul Pogba is taken in his side by Paulo Dybala, and La Joya slots the ball into the back of the net to give La Vecchia Signora a 1-0 lead and all three points.
The last game to date to be decided by an Argentine. Gonzalo Higuain collects a pass from Sami Khedira, before holding off a challenge, driving the ball forward, skipping past a challenge and unleashing a rocket into the back of the Roma goal, to hand Juve a second 1-0 home win over the Giallorossi in a row.