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Juve's attack this season has been, in truth, pitiful.
Antonio Conte has yet to find a combination of Mirko Vucinic, Sebastian Giovinco, Alessandro Matri and Fabio Quagliarella to fire the Bianconeri to glory.
Of course, Nicklas Bendtner was originally another option for Conte, but the Danish international is sidelined long-term through injury.
Nicklas Anelka will hope to be able to push his way into the starting lineup, too, when afforded the opportunity.
Instead, Juve have tended to rely on goals from their midfield, but although Juve cannot change their striking personnel again this season, it is quite apparent who the attack should revolve around.
Vucinic possesses exceptional technique and plays the game in such a unique style—something that is not always an asset to the Montenegrin.
Vucinic displayed his marvellous ability in the opening goal when he swiped the ball, on the volley toward goal, bending and dipping with pace and flashing past Emiliano Viviano.
Vucinic also demonstrated the more frustrating side of his game which has often held him back from becoming one of Europe's elite attackers.
Vucinic was sent clear later in the game, one on one with Viviano, but with ample time to pick his spot, or square the ball into the middle where several Bianconeri shirts were galloping in for a simple tap-in, Vucinic tamely finished straight at the goalkeeper.
When your side is not relying on Vucinic for a source of goals, the former Roma star can be a magician and will relish the free role that he tends to be handed.
But without a clinical finisher to relieve him of this pressure, Vucinic can often become an easy target for criticism.
Juve need to persist with Vucinic and partner him with the most in-form striker—currently Matri—to give the Old Lady the best chance to pick up silverware this season.