Juventus-Brescia is yet to be played at the Allianz Stadium, therefore, the match on Sunday 16 February 2020 will be a first. In the three previous outings, this fixture has offered important moments that impose themselves in the memories of the fans.
Juve-Brescia: goals in three different stadiums
Stadio Comunale: it's 17 May 1987 and Juventus-Brescia is the final game of the season. For the Bianconeri the match has no meaning with regards to the rankings, the league has already been won by Napoli. The outcome of the game weighs more for the Lombardians, who land up relegated to Serie B at the end of the 90 minutes. It was Ivano Bonetti, in fact, who scored the final goal to make it 3-2. But the center of collective interest goes far beyond the 90-minute trend. Michel Platini was the one who was the center of attention, as it was his final game of his career. Le Roi said goodbye to football, confessing that "he can no longer improve", a sufficient motivation to quit at just 32 years of age.
It's the penultimate match day at Stadio Delle Alpi, and it is the final game that hosted a fight for the league title, which was reserved for three teams: Inter, Juventus and Roma. To cultivate the Bianconeri's hopes, it's imperative they win three points against Brescia. In the end, it is a simple operation - 5-0 the final result - and it is one which highlights the splendid condition of Trezeguet (a hat-trick for him) and Del Piero (author of a brace). David and Alessandro repeated this feat seven days later in Udine. One just needs remember the date - 5 May 2002 - to know how it turned out ...
Olympic Stadium, matchday 30. This Juventus-Brescia match acquires historical importance because this is the last time the two teams have met in Turin in Serie A. The match does not have any impact on the standing (Juve is seventh), if anything, the game is remembered for the quality of the goals: a right-footed shot from Krasic and Del Piero's movement that ended in the back of the net.