2008-17: For 10 years now, when La Vecchia Signora wins in Bologna it's come from a pair of goals. It's never easy to find success at the Dall'Ara so let's take a look back at some of the best moments.
The rule of two in Bologna
On this night in Bologna, Pavel Nedved made the difference scoring a typically-brilliant first goal and then helping to create a second that - clearly from the video - he wouldn't take too much credit for. Except maybe a cheeky smile.
This night will be remembered for Antonio Candreva scoring his first Serie A goal, a second-half match winner for the Bianconeri after Diego's first half goal was canceled out.
Speaking of the number two, this win came in the second year of Antonio Conte as manager and the second scudetto of the current run. Mirko Vicinic and Claudio Marchisio teamed up to seal this victory with goals in the second half.
Another solid away win for the Bianconeri, Arturo Vidal gave Juventus the lead while King Kong finished a perfect near-post corner to seal a shutout road win.
With a sixth-straight Scudetto confirmed last season, Juventus traveled to Bologna for the final match of the season, but there was still plenty of pride on the line.
Despite going behind early, the Bianconeri battled back with goals from Paulo Dybala and Moise Kean to seal the win. Kean's goal was the first scored in Serie A by a player born in 2000 or later.