He's already proven decisive in Serie A and the Italian Super Cup this term and Paul Pogba was hoping to build on his strong start to the season on the European stage against Copenhagen tonight.
The French youngster had several chances to grab his first European goal but was thwarted by opposition keeper Wiland, who chose this evening to play a blinder.
A string of saves from the Danes' No.1 means the Bianconeri leave Parken Stadium with a 1-1 draw and an overriding sense of disappointment.
Pogba summed up the mood as he spoke to reporters after the match: "We should have won this. We wasted too many chances. We needed to show a bit more determination – especially in front of goal."
He then reflected on that first-half opportunity when he was denied from two yards out, before insisting Juve must quickly move on.
"It was a good chance but the keeper pulled off a super save. Now we have to look forward, focus on the next match and hopefully win it."