Juventus celebrated their 109th birthday with a 2-0 win over Brescia.
The Bianconeri, who were founded on November 1 1897, marked their birthday in perfect style to bolster their promotion hopes.
Juve captain Alessandro Del Piero broke the deadlock for the hosts after just six minutes with a superb free kick.
Corrado Colombo put through his own net on 22 minutes to wrap up the game for Juve.
Brescia defender Marco Zambelli was sent off late on for a late tackle on Pavel Nedved.
The win moves Juventus to within three points of Serie B leaders Genoa.
Brescia defender Marco Zambelli was sent off in the 88th for a badly timed tackle on Nedved.
The win was marred by injuries to Robert Kovac and Jean-Alain Boumsong and Juve coach Didier Deschamps is waiting to find out the full extent of the problems.
"It has been a good party before the match and also the match went in a positive way," Deschamps told Sky Italia.
"The injuries? For Kovac it seems only a blow, but for Boumsong it will be necessary for scans, which he will undergo on Thursday.
"For the rest, we played a really good first half with good rhythm and we gave troubles to Brescia."
The game also saw Gianluca Pessotto watch the game after recovering from his serious accident earlier in the summer.
The former Italy defender spent a lengthy period in hospital after falling from a window at Juventus' headquarters, but he is now on his way to recovery and Deschamps was delighted to see him at the game.
"Pessotto in the stands? It's another moment of happiness after what happened to him this summer," concluded Deschamps.