The ball that turned into a handball that resulted in Juve scoring an equalizer is a lesson in teamwork and team spirit.
As we saw in the 3-2 win against Udinese, the two teams that come to the Turin derby after such a defeat are bound to find common ground.
“The moment you lose a game you have to go through this moment of frustration and try to fix your situation,” Juve Coach Massimiliano Allegri said after the 2-2 draw.
“It is the moment of weakness, when you feel like you have not done your job.
The goal came in the second minute of extra time as Allegri’s men found the net, despite a poor first half from Udinese. “
I cannot speak about the ball, it is a difficult thing to explain, but it was an attempt to take the initiative.”
The goal came in the second minute of extra time as Allegri’s men found the net, despite a poor first half from Udinese.
“We played with confidence, we had possession and we scored the equalizer, but we didn’t give the opponent any opportunities to attack,” Allegri explained.
“At the beginning of the second half, I wanted to take some of the blame, but I am more satisfied that we played the game with good balance and made the right decisions.”
The team will be hoping to build on the success that has seen them reach the quarter-finals of the Champions League in the past, having drawn the tie with Atalanta last season.
“Juve are a very strong team, and we know that they can beat anyone,” Udinese defender Fabio Quagliarella said.
“They are also a team that knows how to adapt and adapt quickly, which is something we have not seen at Juve.”