A total of 18 goals scored by three players. They were scored by Alessandro Del Piero (record holder with 10), Roberto Baggio and Carlos Tevez (4 each). Juve-Parma is a match that enhances the talent of its star players, who are capable of scoring excellent goals of importance and quality.
Juve-Parma: goals from the No.10s
In his first Juventus-Parma match of his career, Baggio left his mark by scoring a brace in a clear 5-0 win. His refined goals, which were indicative of his talent, helped Juventus celebrate the 1994-95 league title, in which he gave a memorable backheel assist to Didier Dechamps.
From his first to his final year at Juve: Alessandro Del Piero's entire career can be summarised for his perfomances against Parma. In 1993-94, the then 19-year-old Alex scored his first career hat-trick against the Ducali. In his last year in black and white, the No.10 bagged an assist for Simone Pepe's strike in the unforgettable 2-0 win at the newly inaugurated Allianz Stadium. In the middle of his career, plenty of goals were scored but there is one that was particularly celebrated by Pinturicchio because it came in a season where he sustained many injuries. It was a precise header, which sailed past his future teammate Gigi Buffon.
With four goals in two games, Carlos Tevez proved to always be a threat for Parma's goalkeepers. What is most notable is the exceptional nature in the way the goal was invented on November 9, 2014. He worked his way from one end of the pitch to the other, beating his markers and dribbling the ball across the park before letting rip at goal. It was a strike that was, unsurprsingly, greeted by a long standing-ovation from the public, as he bagged a brace in a triumphant 7-0 win!