Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon has matched Paolo Maldini's record of 902 appearances at club level after being handed a rare start against Hellas Verona.
He played 220 times for Parma at the start of his career, was used 25 times in a largely underwhelming campaign with PSG last time out and has now featured 657 times for Juventus.
The current season sees him gunning for a 10th Scudetto in Bianconeri in colours, with the first coming back in the 2001-2 season.
Buffon was handed his first appearance of the season for Saturday's home league clash with Verona, while Aaron Ramsey was also named in the starting line-up for the first time since joining the club.
902 - Gianluigi #Buffon will play tonight his 902nd match in career with clubs in all competitions:— OptaPaolo (@OptaPaolo) September 21, 2019
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The veteran was unable to mark the occasion with a clean sheet, as Verona took the lead in the first half.
After seeing Simone Di Carmine rattle the post with a missed penalty and Darko Lazovic slam the rebound onto the crossbar, Buffon was then beaten a matter of seconds later by a fantastic strike from the boot of Miguel Veloso.
It was up to Ramsey to restore parity, the Wales international scoring on his full debut from outside the area with a deflected effort that span past Verona No. 1 Marco Silvestri.