Coppa Italia 1958-59

      The tournament’s new format meant that just four victories were enough to achieve trophy success. After struggling to prevail against Alessandria over 90 minutes, Juve hit their straps in extra-time and netted four in the space of half an hour to wrap up a resounding 6-2 triumph. The Bianconeri then coasted into the tournament final following comfortable 3-1 wins in the quarters against Fiorentina and then Genoa in the semis.

      Five months later, Juventus contested the grand final against Inter in front of a packed house at the San Siro. Charles and Cervato provided a two-goal lead before the half-hour mark but Nerazzurri midfielder Bicicli brought his side back into the contest when he halved the deficit with 36 minutes on the clock. Sivori restored the two-goal cushion after the restart and then Cervato doubled his personal tally via a converted spot-kick to end Juve’s 17-year drought in the competition and spark scenes of jubilation among the travelling Bianconeri faithful.




      Teobaldo Depetrini,

      Carlo Parola (final)

      Mattrel, Vavassori, Corradi, Charles, Colombo, Boniperti, Emoli, Garzena, Sivori, Stacchini, Stivanello, Nicolè, Ferrario, Castano, Fuin, Palmer, Leoncini, Stacchino, Aggradi, Cervato, Sarti
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