Toldo: Goal was mine!
By Dominique Antognoni & Nadia Carminati
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Juve looked to have stolen all three points with a late Alessandro Del Piero penalty, but a goalmouth scramble at the other end saw Inter grab a 1-1 draw.
There is still huge conjecture about who got the final touch, but Toldo is clear on the matter.
"It doesn't matter what Vieri said - that is my goal," the tall custodian told planetfootball with a laugh.
"It was really funny, let me tell you, in that moment football went crazy.
"A goal from a keeper is always a nice moment and I don't think a goalkeeper has ever scored a goal so late in such an important game!
"I wouldn't say it was the greatest emotion of my life - bearing in mind I once stopped three penalties against Holland.
"This time it was an immediate rush, whereas against Holland it built up with each spot kick."
Inter coach Hector Cuper chose the diplomatic option when questioned as to who had scored.
"It was a team goal, a move where everyone was in the area and the ball went in," said the Argentine tactician.
"I still believed despite the 90th minute Del Piero penalty.
"The day I believe that a team of mine cannot score I will leave soccer.
"It was the will of the side that most impressed me last night."
Marcello Lippi was also pleased with his Juve side after the game, and the return to action of key players blunted the disappointment of having three points snatched from his hands.
"The personality of the side was great, and we also saw the return of Igor Tudor, Marco Zambrotta and Antonio Conte.
"This is more important than losing two points in the 95th minute.
"I will not comment on the fact that my goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon thought he was fouled for their equaliser.
"Two weeks ago we got a decision that perhaps could have gone the other way against Parma and now it goes against us.
"I have always said that these things balance out by through the season."