Juventus-Milan has always been a challenge that is not only fascinating and rich in history, but also filled with unique moments. It takes special bets to win it. There are three headers that have decided the outings in favour of the Bianconeri. Three masterpieces, one per decade, since the 1990s.
Juventus-Milan: Three headed goals
It is not a game with high, spectacular content that is played at the Delle Alpi on October 30, 1994. But the meaning of Juve's victory is definitely greater than the three points earned. Beating Milan at home, after three years of domination in the league, means that the Bianconeri, under the new direction of Marcello Lippi, know how to go above and beyond. And the goal by Roberto Baggio, was struck in the small area, in the narrow space between Billy Costacurta and Sebastiano Rossi. It was that strike that provided a sign that the Scudetto was on the way.
He may not have left the mark that the he may have wanted during his experience in the black and white jersey. But Amauri did play a part in the big classic: Juventus-Milan. It was a 4-2 victory over the Rossoneri and the Brazilian managed to get on the scoresheet more than once, scoring the last two Juventus goals after those of Alessandro Del Piero and Giorgio Chiellini.
Juan Cuadrado is used to scoring goals that combine beauty and importance in equal measure. In the Juventus-Milan of the 2017-18 season, the Colombian broke the result with 10 minutes on the clock. With the score sitting at 1-1, Sami Khedira made a soft cross, in which Cuadrado pounced with great decision. He nodded home a diving header past Donnarumma. It was a goal that paved the way for the Bianconeri victory, 3-1.