Arturo Vidal has insisted that Juventus are a team 'to be feared' as they prepare to face Bayern Munich in the Champions League.
Antonio Conte's side will play Jupp Heynckes' men in the last eight of the competition tomorrow, and the Chile international has claimed that the Bianconeri are hungry to progress further.
“After the win against Chelsea [in the group stage] we started to become aware of our potential,” he told Sky Sport Italia.
“We have demonstrated that we are a team to be feared.
“I am happy to see this team in a quarter-final. We have the hunger to win this competition.
“I think this game can be considered a final. It is a match between two very good teams.
“In my opinion we are the two best [teams] in the world.”
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