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Gianluigi Buffon is in the midst of a poor run of form, that is undeniable.
With Juve eyeing up Newcastle stopper Tim Krul, according to the Express, it suggests that the Azzurri No. 1's performances are becoming a concern for Conte.
Buffon is struggling to command his penalty area at set pieces and it was evident that Copenhagen were looking to target this weakness.
Even though Olof Mellberg's equaliser came from a throw, with the trajectory a little too shallow to expect the goalkeeper to come and claim, FCK used other set pieces to unsettle Buffon throughout the match.
Copenhagen tended not to rely on one strong centre-forward but instead crowded the space in front of Buffon, preventing him from getting a free run and jump at the ball.
With Buffon unsure of his ability to fend off aerial challenges from the opposition, it pushes Juve's defence even deeper and leaves them vulnerable to being dominated by better sides.
With Juve setting up so deep, better sides will be able to retrieve possession more regularly in the final third, which will subsequently lead to a more sustained series of attacks from the opposition.
If Buffon cannot rediscover his confidence, it may be his last season between the sticks for Juventus.