In 1995, the Scudetto showdown was an intense and dramatic affair. Throughout the season, Juventus and Parma had gone head-to-head for honours on three fronts: the league, the Coppa Italia and the UEFA Cup. On the third last match day of the season, only one point was required in order for the Bianconeri to claim the highly-sought after Scudetto.
It had been a trophy that had eluded Marcello Lippi's men since 1986, and on this occasion, they weren't going to let it get away from them. In a vintage display that will go down in the history books, Fabrizio Ravanelli brought Juventus one step closer to the trophy when he stunned Luca Bucci in goal with a left-footed strike in the 11th minute.
It didn't end there, though, as a masterpiece from the elegant Roberto Biaggio, who celebrated his 200th appearance with The Old Lady, sent through a back heel assist to Didier Deschamps to make it 2-0. By the half way stage of the game, celebrations had already erupted as the Scudetto would be returning home to Turin.