On this day in 2012, Juventus earned a vital Derby d’Italia victory over Claudio Ranieri’s Inter on their path towards their first Scudetto title in the post-Calciopoli era.
The Bianconeri were the better side from the get-go, but failed to break the deadlock in the in the first period. After the break, Martin Caceres headed home from a corner kick to put Antonio Conte’s men in the lead.
But it was Alessandro Del Piero who put the exclamation mark on the victory with a clever finish following a splendid assist from Arturo Vidal.
This was the captain’s final Derby d’Italia before leaving Turin at the end of the season.
An instinctive @delpieroale finish 👌#GoalOfTheDay pic.twitter.com/lNdLVKmt2k
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