If you say Juve-Fiorentina, an album of memories opens up: made up of extraordinary matches, great goals and champions who have written history.
However, if you say Juve-Fiorentina, and you limit your research to the 90s, then the landscape changes.
There is one Juve-Fiorentina match from the 90s that stands out: the 3-2 win on 4 December 1994. It is the first played under Marcello Lippi - the coach who would later lead Juventus to their first Scudetto after many years.
This is a Juve side that, game after game, grew form strength to strength right up until the final success. And a fundamental piece of that path was travelled on December 4, 1994.
The game, though, was tough... Fiorentina was a strong side, and in just over ten minutes, between 24th 'and 35th minute the scoreline was already 1-2 (Baiano and Carbone) in favour of the visitors.
But a determined Bianconeri overcame the result and in just three minutes. Vialli overturned the scoreline courtesy of a brace, just minutes after Ravanelli struck the crossbar with a ferocious hit.
But it wasn't over: Luca's gesture, after the celebration indicates that it is not over. "Let's go and win it," he seemed to say to his people, to the thousands of spectators at the stadium, and to millions around the world.
However, only a few minutes remain, nine to be precise, for something to happen. It is strike that is more than just a goal: it is a revelation.