A fine demonstration of mental strength secured a 3-1 win against Sevilla midweek that should stand Juventus in good stead going forward.
Not only have Juve qualified for the next round of the Champions League, but it appears the Italians could top their qualifying group after all. The problem is, they could still meet Bayern Munich, Manchester City, Arsenal or Real Madrid as a result of finishing first. If there was ever a time when topping the group did not matter, it was this year.
The fact that Juventus currently top their Champions League qualifying group and boast a seven-point gap at the top of the Serie A table is quite a feat considering the quality of the team's play and the many injuries suffered thus far this season.
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