The year was 2001 and it was the Champions League group stage.
On November 29, Juve and Bayer Leverkusen challenged each other at the "Delle Alpi", for what remains, until now, the only precedent between the two teams.
It is a four-goal that was never in question. At the end of the first half, the result was on ice. And that's not a casual phrase, if you think that, curiosily, the match was played at 3pm, after not one but two postponements due to the cold Turin fog.
Returning to the match, Juve went immediately ahead with Trezeguet in melee (eighth minute), and then the Old Lady stretched their advantage in the 37th minute with a nice tap-in from Del Piero. Seven minutes later, Tudor added the third.
In the second half, there is space for Trezegol to do his magic (60 ') and secure a brace.