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      30.04.2019 12:00 - in: Serie A S

      When Pirlo decided the Derby

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      A look back at the dramatic Juventus-Torino game of the 2014-15 season

      Winning a Derby is something special.

      Winning it at home, when it is a hard-fought and difficult contest, it becomes even more exciting. Not to mention, winning it in the last second thanks to a moment of brilliance from a World Champion.

      Winning just like this, is exactly what happened in Juventus-Torino on 30 November 2014...

      Juve start the game strong, and by the 15th minute are already ahead, thanks to a penalty kick from Arturo Vidal, which was won with a hand ball on Andrea Pirlo's free-kick. El Guerrero was precise from the spot, however despite the lead it wouldn't go on to be smooth sailing for the Bianconeri.

      Just seven minutes later in fact, La Granata drew level after Bruno Peres' lung-busting run which finished with a strike at goal that was unstoppable for Gianluigi Buffon.

      The result of this is a balanced match between the two, played openly with chances on both sides. In the second half Vidal hit the back of the net once more, but this time the strike was ruled out for offside. However, the concept of #FinoAllaFine is once again, more visible than ever.

      And in the 93rd minute, with the last kick of the game, Pirlo finds himself in the right spot for his low strike in the rain to fly into the bottom corner and the Allianz erupts like never before!

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