The history of Juventus-Inter is filled with matches played on a razor’s edge, and invariably followed by harsh controversies. Among all, one of the most famous occurrences happened on April 26, 1998. Juventus is topping the rank at 66, but Inter is just one point behind, and the Nerazzurri can feature the “Fenomeno” Ronaldo. The match takes place at the old Stadio Delle Alpi in Turin, and the referee is Piero Ceccarini.
On November 3, 1985, Napoli receives at the San Paolo stadium capolista Juventus and their perfect record – eight wins out of eight games so far. That Juventus, featuring players like Michel Platini or Michael Laudrup, and trained by Giovanni Trapattoni, is a true dreadnought. Still, there is much optimism among the Napoli ranks. The Partenopei’s hopes respond to a specific name: Diego Armando Maradona.