Alessandro Del Piero scored all manner of goals during a record-breaking career with Juventus, netting 290 times across all competitions for the Bianconeri.
Del Piero was a majestic footballer during a career spent with Juventus that lasted almost two decades, with the forward spending the majority of that time as the club’s designated set-piece taker.
The Italian possessed a classic free-kick technique that saw him compile a catalogue of set-piece stunners, capable of regularly bending and dipping the ball beyond a defensive wall and goalkeeper.
Amongst his finest was this effort against Roma during the 2007/08 season, Juventus’ first since returning to Serie A following the Calciopoli scandal with Del Piero having remained loyal to the club following their relegation.
Del Piero’s moment of inspiration secured all three points against the capital club, catching the ‘keeper off-guard with a powerfully struck shot which flew through his grasp as Juventus secured a 1-0 home win.
Here is Alessandro Del Piero’s top drawer free-kick against Roma.
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