Milan-Juventus is a Coppa Italia classic, with they're being two Cup Finals in Rome in recent years, both won by the Bianconeri, in 2016 and 2018. However, the San Siro - where Juve will take to the pitch on Thursday night has also seen some historic Coppa Italia wins for Juve.
Milan-Juve: Coppa Italia story!
It's the second leg of the Coppa Italia final, with neither side managing to score in the first game at the Stadio Comunale, despite Juve's efforts deserving a goal. The match between Dino Zoff's Juve and Arrigo Sacchi's Milan that followed at the San Siro would be decided by a single goal from Roberto Galia after just 17 minutes.
Although Marco van Basten and his teammates tried willingly to get back into the game, they just couldn't find a way past the Bianconeri defence, who held on to seal their first Coppa Italia win in seven years. A great win also for Bianconeri coach, Zoff who soon after was also able to add the UEFA Cup.
Just as Milan-Juve in the league went this season, so too did the Coppa Italia semi-final at the San Siro. Marcello Lippi took on Carlo Ancelotti in a much-repeated battle of two former Bianconeri coaches, in a game that saw the home side enjoy the better first half, going ahead through Spaniard, Javi Moreno.
However, the second half saw Juve fight back with goals from two Alessandros. First, Birindelli at the start from a free-kick, before Del Piero turned the tie around four minutes from the end
Another Coppa semi-final at San Siro, in a season where Antonio Conte's Juve and Massimiliano Allegri's Milan were competing for the Serie A title. On his second Juventus debut, Martin Caceres was the Bianconeri's hero that night, as the defender scored twice either side of a Stephan El Shaarawy goal to give the Bianconeri the win, with the second goal in particular a masterpiece to beat Marco Amelia in the Milan goal.