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      22.02.2019 10:00 - in: Serie A S

      Five braces in Bologna-Juve

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      From Bettega to Nedved, here are five historical games to remember.

      A brace almost gaurantees success. Except for the one marked by John Charles in 1959-60, which wasn't enough to avoid defeat against Bologna.

      Here are five examples of great protagonists: 

      1975-76: 1-4 Roberto Bettega

      Juventus were already in front when the No.11 beat Franco Mancini on two occasions. The goal, which turned the scoreline to 1-3, was created from an assist by Bobo Gori, who with his heel spilt the Bologna defence and gifted Bettega with a ball to put inside the net. The goal to make it 4-1 came from a classic triangular move between Fabio Cappello... Bobby-goal was in front of the goalkeeper and with a powerful right foot, he wrapped up the game. 

      1980-81: 1-5 Liam Brady

      In the year where international transfers reopened, Juventus secured the services of an Irish midfielder. It was Liam Brady, and against Bologna, he played with absolute grace and inspired the team to a victory. In the first half, Bettega provided him with the ball to gain an advantage. Then, he scored the second goal courtesy of a venomous strike with his left foot.

      1997-98: 1-3 Filippo Inzaghi

      Roberto Baggio was missing, the great ex of the match, was suprisingly excluded from the match by Mister Renzo Ulivieri. The protagonist? Filippo Inzaghi, who scored two goals in the game. The second goalscorer for Juventus was Alessandro Del Piero, who put out an inspiring display, scored the Bianconeri's third goal of the day from a free-kick from distance.

      2000-01: 1-4 David Trezeguet

      Following a great victory in Firenze, Juventus followed that up with another at Renato Dall'Ara. David Trezeguet, who had scored in the home fixture earlier in the season, repeated his display in the return outing. The first goal saw Juve draw level- after Beppe Signori's opener- and it was through a first time hit that left Gianluca Pagliuca unable to do anything. Trezegoal's second goal came at 3-1 through a perfectly placed cross from Gianluca Zambrotta.

      2008-09: 1-2 Pavel Nedved

      The last double from a Juventus player came from Pavel Nedved. It was a goal that opened the game, and a typical strike that captured his repertoire: he started on the left, accelerated, went through the middle, and closed his strike with a right-footed strike. After the break, Nedved struck again with an effort from the right, who surprised Antonioli in goal. 

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