In this THT Rewind Special we take a look at a breathtaking match between Napoli and Juventus from the winter of 1988.
Juventus will be confident when they host long time nemesis Napoli in Turin on Sunday. Bianconeri have scored seven goals in last two matches against two bitter rivals while Napoli are winless in Serie A for two weeks.
Despite going down by a goal against Chelsea in the first leg Napoli staged a strong comeback at the San Paolo to notch up an impressive 3-1 victory. The tie is still open thanks to Chelsea's away goal but Walter Mazzarri's men will be relishing the prospect of Chelsea attacking them at the Bridge. Napoli, after all, are at their best when playing on counter-attacks.
TheHardTackle Briefly Previews the Last Ties of the Champions League's First Knockout Stage, to be played this midweek.
With Juventus slumping to their 14th draw this season, AC Milan extended their lead at the top top four points. Internazionale snapped out of their 9 man winless streak while Napoli moved closer to a Champions' League berth. TheHardTackle takes a look at an exciting round 27 of Serie A.
When the knockout draws for Champions League were made, one fixture stood out alongwith Milan versus Arsenal; that was Chelsea's face-off against Napoli. In the round of 16 encounters, Chelsea, Madrid, Bayern and Inter travel away from home to play the first leg. TheHardTackle previews the matches about to kick-off.
All the top guns maintained their winning momentum while Francescto Totti with his 211th goal, went past Gunnar Nordahl to score maximum goals with one club. THT captures all the highlights from the weekend.
From the depths of Serie C to competing with the best in Europe, Napoli, one of the best supported clubs in Italy, has seen it all in last few years. Napoli fan ThorbjA?rn Thaarup takes a look at the Azzuris who look all set to rise to the top of Serie A yet again.
So many wonderful games have been played out this year. TheHardTackle attempts to pick the best five of the lot.
After Friday's draws, here's a look at five games on the European knock-out front - the UEFA Champions League and the Europa League - that promise to bring out the fireworks.