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      20.12.2019 12:00 - in: Serie A S

      Lifting the Super Cup: the last decade

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      The victories between 2012 and 2019 that led Juve to eight titles

      The last 10 years saw Juventus win four Super Cups, bringing their total to eight trophies: making them the record holder in Italy. In three out of four victorious finals, the Old Lady raised the trophy from outside of Italy, twice in China and once in Saudi Arabia.

       

      2012

      The first cup of the last decade was conquered in Beijing, with a 4-2 win in extra time against Napoli. The team's happiness is visible in the smile of Mirko Vucinic (with a mustache from Zorro ...), who was the decisive goalscorer following strikes from Kwadwo Asamoah and Arturo Vidal and an own goal by Christian Maggio

      2013

      The ceremony was embellished with fireworks and it is Gigi Buffon who swung aloft the cup. The final was played in Rome against Lazio, and it ended 4-0 in favour of the Bianconeri who took the lead in the first half through Paul Pogba. In the second half, the Old Lady produced an exciting five minutes, with three goals that resulted in a great triumph. Andrea Pirlo doubled the lead through a Stephan Lichtsteiner assist. Still Lichtsteiner was again the protagonist when he scored a goal of his own, before Carlos Tevez added the fourth and final goal. 

      2015

      The photo summarizes everything. Juve is a group that knows what it means to win and, above all, how to continue doing so. In Shanghai, 8 August 2015, Juventus beat Lazio 2-0. Under the scoreboard, the team shouts for happiness. For Mario Mandzukic and Paulo Dybala it ended in particular joy. For La Joya it is really a special evening because he took just 12 minutes upon entering from the bench to find the back of the net.

      2019

      The most photographed player is undoubtedly Cristiano Ronaldo. He was the one who decided Juventus-Milan in Jeddah: with a  perfectly executed header from a delightful pass by Miralem Pjanic. For CR7, it was his first Italian trophy, a new discovery for him after the many victories celebrated in Portugal, England and Spain.

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