Former Italy goalkeeper Dino Zoff has insisted that Juventus still have every chance of making it to the semi-finals of the Champions League at the expense of Bayern Munich.
The Serie A champions were beaten 2-0 in the first leg at the Allianz Arena last week, but Zoff believes that the Bianconeri have the quality to turn things around in the return leg in Turin on Wednesday.
"Bayern are always a candidate to go all the way, but Juventus are not dead yet. Nothing has been decided," Zoff was quoted as saying by TZ.
"The result from the first leg was obviously not good for Juve, but they have already shown before that they are capable of great things. It will not be easy, but I believe that Juventus can turn things around."
Zoff then went on to single out Mirko Vucinic, who netted twice at the weekend, as Juventus' biggest attacking threat in Wednesday's return.
"He is Juventus' most dangerous man at the moment. He can score a goal from out of the blue and is very unpredictable.
"Additionally, he can always create something for his team-mates, too. He works hard for the team and is dangerous in front of goal. There are not many players around with those two characteristics."
Wednesday's match at Juventus Stadium is scheduled to kick off at 20:45CET.