Vidal: Juventus will use their heads and hearts to beat AC Milan

The Chile midfielder says that his side can triumph against the Rossoneri and is delighted with the nine goals he has scored, even though he tries to put the team ahead of himself
Arturo Vidal reveals that he is feeling confident about Juventus battling to beat AC Milan in Sunday's Serie A clash.

The defensive midfielder expressed his passion for his club and went on to say that the team are starting to show the cutting edge that they possessed last season.

"How do we beat the Rossoneri? With our heads, hearts and legs," Vidal told TuttoSport. "After the match against Inter we went back to do what we did last year, with the pressure and the ruthlessness that we had throughout last season.

The Chile international is not known for his goalscoring abilities but he has found the back of the net nearly 10 times this season which has been a pleasant surprise for the Juve player.

"I am happy about the goals that I have scored," he added. "I never expected to increase my tally to nine goals at this stage in the season, but I do not count my goals for much.

"The only thing that matters is that the team wins. It is impossible to be sad here. I am happy to wear this shirt and be among these fans."