Buffon warns Galatasaray: Your fans can't score for you

The Italy shot-stopper believes that the Turin side will bring its top form to the Turk Telekom Arena to ensure a spot in the last 16 of the Champions League
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon has warned Galatasaray that its famously passionate fans won't be able to score any goals for their team on Tuesday.

Roberto Mancini's men need to beat the Bianconeri to reach the last 16 of the Champions League, while Antonio Conte's men can seal second place in Group B with a win or a draw.

Buffon is well aware of the Turk Telekom Arena's reputation for being a fortress, but he believes that the Scudetto holders will reproduce their unstoppable recent league form to avoid European elimination.

"I've never seen supporters score a goal," Buffon told reporters. "And I think the same now obviously.

"A lot will depend on our attitude and the way we respond when their fans start making themselves heard.

"We know that we are playing better in Serie A than the Champions League this season but we hope that tomorrow we'll produce a good performance like in the league.

"Galatasaray have some great attacking players but we hope to find a solution to whatever problems they give us."

Juve is unbeaten in its last nine matches in all competitions, with eight of those games finishing as wins in the Turin club's favor.