3 August 2003, New York, Juventus 1-1 Milan (5-3 on penalties).
An intriguing contest was in the offing as the Champions of Italy squared up against the winners of the Coppa Italia in a rematch of the Champions League final barely two months earlier. As was the case on that night in Manchester, neither team was able to find a breakthrough in regular time and eventually penalties were needed before a winner could be crowned. However, there were two goals during extra-time. Pirlo’s converted spot-kick on 106 minutes sparked scenes of jubilation for the Rossoneri, but they were quickly cut short in the blink of an eye as Trezeguet snatched a decisive equaliser. The fate of the trophy would have to be decided by a penalty shootout.
Juventus successfully netted at all five times of asking. Di Vaio, Trezeguet, Birindelli, Camoranesi and Ferrara kept their cool in a high pressure atmosphere to give the club their fourth Super Cup triumph.