Juventus
    06.11.2016 19:11 - in: Serie A S

    Sturaro: “It was important to win today”

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    “It would have been nice to score myself, but the three points is what counts,” said the Italian midfielder.

    Stefano Sturaro stressed that the most important thing was that Juventus got the three points at Chievo after a Stefano Sorrentino save denied him his first goal of the season late on.

    “It would have been nice to score, but Sorrentino got a hand to it. I was a bit tired by then and didn’t make the best contact,” admitted Sturaro after the game.

    “We showed real desire and determination out there today. It was important to get the three points and we did that,” the midfielder added.

    The Italian said he was happy to get his hands dirty after getting through plenty of work in the Juve midfield at the Stadio Bentegodi.

    “That’s my job. It’s what the boss asks me to do so I try to oblige. I’m feeling better and better with every game. Playing gives me the boost I need to keep pushing forward and giving more,” explained Sturaro.

    The Bianconeri midfield also praised Juve’s versatility, as they tweaked their initial 4-3-3 formation to adapt to the situation as the game wore on.

    “We’ve shown we’re capable of adapting during a game, depending on how it’s going. We’re improving and it’s important that we keep playing together so we can gel more and get to know each other’s qualities. The movement and positioning will get better. We’re working hard to strike the right balance, but there can be no doubting our quality,” said Sturaro.

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