Juve have in fact won nine of the ten European knockout tie second legs that have followed a single-goal triumph in the first, recording a draw that put them through to the next round all the same on just one occasion.
The series begins in the 1964/65 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, when the Bianconeri followed up the narrow 1-0 success snatched in Brussels with another at the Stadio Comunale in Turin thanks to Giampaolo Menichelli.
In the 1970/71 edition of the same competition, a Pietro Anastasi double overcame Hungarian side Pecsi Dozsa.
The following year, this time in the UEFA Cup, Roberto Bettega was the hat-trick hero in a 4-1 triumph at home to Rapid Vienna that also saw Franco Causio convert from the spot.
And the scoreline was even better against Glentoran in the 1977/78 European Cup, when Giovanni Trapattoni’s men cruised to a 5-0 win with Pietro Paolo Virdis scoring twice alongside Roberto Boninsegna, Pietro Fanna and Romeo Benetti.
Much narrower was Juve’s 1983/84 Cup Winners’ Cup quarter-final second leg against Haka Valkeakoski. In the year the Bianconeri would go on to beat Basel to lift the trophy, it was a header from Marco Tardelli that eventually put the Finnish team out.
The sequence picks up again in 1988/89, Standard Liege Juve’s victims this time. Alessandro Altobelli was the man who put them to the sword in a 1-0 win.