30.03.2018 10:00 - in: Serie A S

      Six big home wins over Milan

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      The six biggest wins over Milan in Turin, which have seen the Bianconeri score a combined 20 goals!

      It will be the 166 match in Serie A between Juventus and AC Milan on Saturday. There have been 82 games played in Turin, with 40 Juve wins, 21 draws and 21 wins for Milan. Home and away, the Bianconeri have won nine out of the last 10 meetings in Serie A, whilst keeping a clean sheet in five of those games.

      Here are the five biggest home league victories over Milan:

      1934: 4-0 Juve

      The Bianconeri's biggest home league win over Milan to date happened on 22 April 1934.

      Juve were on their way to winning their sixth Scudetto when they hosted the Diavola and took an early lead in the fifth minute, thanks to Giovanni Ferrari. The attacking midfielder added a second just five minutes later, and then after another five minutes Felice Borel made it 3-0 by half time. Pedro Sernagiotto capped things off, with the Brazilian scoring the game's final goal in the 48th minute.

      1970: SUPER ANASTASI

      A quick-fire double from Pietro Anastasi in the 21st and 23rd minute put La Vecchia Signora well in command over Milan at the Stadio Comunale, before Lamberto Leonardi wrapped things up in the 41st minute to seal a 3-0 win for Juve.

      1990: BARROS DOUBLE

      Another 3-0 win for Juventus, 20 years after their last. Salvatore Schillaci opened the scoring in the seventh minute, when he ran onto a through pass to fire low past the Milan keeper.

      The Old Lady doubled their lead four minutes later, as Rui Barros arrived late in the box to bundle a loose ball over the line. The Portuguese midfielder would make it three in the second half when a through ball sent him clear on goal.


      Alessandro Del Piero is first to strike when his penalty puts the Bianconeri ahead at the Stadio Delle Alpi. Milan's Zvonimir Boban levels the match at 1-1, also from the spot after half an hour of play, but Juve go into the half in front with a stunning free-kick from Del Piero.

      Into the second half and Filippo Inzaghi makes it three on the hour mark when he's able to round the AC Milan goalkeeper and slot home. Inzaghi added his second in the final 10 minutes, as he latched onto a pass and coolly put the ball into the back of the net to seal a 4-1 win.

      2001: Zidane caps a fine display

      A great Juve performance saw the Bianconeri overcome Milan 3-0, and Igor Tudor got the game going in the ninth minute when he rose highest to nod home a Del Piero cross into the box. Inzaghi tapped home on a loose ball in the second half, before Zinedine Zidane put the cherry on the cake with a cool chip over the goalkeeper in stoppage time.

      2008: 4-2 at the Olimpico

      It was a game full of goals on 14 December 2008 at the Stadio Olimpico di Torino! It proved to be a scintillating victory, as the Bianconeri took the lead courtesy of an Alessandro Del Piero penalty in the 16th minute. Alexandre Pato levelled for Milan, but Giorgio Chiellini rose highest from a corner kick and then Amauri headed home to put Juve 3-1 up at half-time.

      Massimo Ambrosini further cut the deficit in the second half, but Amauri struck again in the 69th minute to ensure a 4-2 victory for La Vecchia Signora.

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