Juventus is one of the most successful teams in Italy, with some excellent records throughout their history. The Old Lady became a household name in Italy football due to their dominance domestically and in Europe.
However, despite Juventus’ good reputation in Italy and European football, they have recorded some of the most embarrassing records in the sport’s history.
Interesting football brings you Juventus biggest losses in history
5. Napoli Juventus (May 14, 1978)
Napoli and Juventus faced each other in a Group B fixture of the Italian Cup. The home side was ahead just a minute from kick-off, but both sides could not break each other’s defence as the first half ended by a single goal margin.
Following the return from the break, Napoli became dominant in the game and could score four goals to win.
4. Inter Milan 6-0 Juventus (Apr 4, 1954)
Inter Milan and Juventus faced each other in round twenty-seven of the 53/54 Serie A season.
Host Inter Milan dominated the Old Lady and thrashed visitors Juventus by 6-0, which was crucial as The Nerazzurri won the Italian Serie A after the campaign.
Lennart Skoglund gave Inter Milan the lead seven minutes from kickoff, and Gino Armano extended the lead to two goals. The Nerazzurri did much better in the second, scoring four additional goals to seal the win to hand Juventus an embarrassing defeat in its history.
3. Juventus 1-7 Pro Vercelli (Mar 5, 1922)
Pro Vercelli, the most successful team in the early stages of Italian football, handed Juventus one of its heaviest defeats in history.
Juventus got on the score sheet in the game. However, they could not find the back of the net and conceded seven goals in round nineteen of the 1921/22 season.
Pro Vercelli was a dominant force in the Italian domestic scene.
2. Juventus 1-7 AC Milan (Feb 5, 1950)
Juventus 7-1 thrashing at home by visiting AC Milan is the club’s biggest loss in Serie A. The matchday 23rd fixture was played at Comunale stadium.
Juventus were ahead twelve minutes from kickoff through John Hansen. However, that lead did not last long before AC Milan returned the game on level terms courtesy of Gunnar Nordahl’s goals five minutes later.
Surprisingly, Juventus conceded three more goals in four minutes before the break and were four goals down.
Following the return from the second half, The Rossoneri made matters worse with three more goals to ramp up the game.
1. Wiener Sport-Club 7-0 Juventus (Oct 1, 1958)
The First Round second leg clash in the European Cup is Juventus’ biggest loss in history, in which they conceded seven goals. The scoreline was 7-0.
Juventus conceded three goals in the first half through Josef Hamerl’s double and Karl Skerlan’s strike. The Old Lady conceded four additional goals in the second half to record their heaviest defeats.
Juventus’ biggest defeats in the UEFA Champions League
Wiener Sport-Club 7-0 Juventus (European Cup First round, 1958)
Chelsea 4-0 Juventus (Champions League Group H, Nov 23, 2021)
Juventus 1-4 Real Madrid (Champions League final, Jun 3, 2017)
Juventus 1-4 Bayern Munich (Champions League Group A, Dec 8, 2009).
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