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      24.11.2017 17:00 - in: Serie A S

      Bentancur: “Winning is what matters most”

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      Juventus midfielder, Rodrigo Bentancur, rounds up recent times at the Bianconeri

      LOOKING BACK AT BARCELONA

      “Against Barcelona, we picked up an excellent point in Group D. Admittedly, we couldn’t find the goal we wanted, but we stayed solid in defence and kept a creditable clean sheet in the process.”

      ALWAYS DETERMINED TO WIN

      “Before crucial matches, we don’t say or do anything out of the ordinary. The history of the club and the quality of this group demand that we’re always determined to win.”

      LEARNING FROM ALLEGRI

      “With (Massimiliano) Allegri, I’m working every day in training to be more aggressive in the way I mark opposition players, to play through the lines and to play as few balls backwards as possible.”

      RUBBING SHOULDERS WITH BUFFON

      “I’ve known (Gianluigi) Buffon just for a few months. It was difficult to see him sad after Italy failed to qualify for the World Cup, but these are things that happen in football. He’s now returned to his usual self, as determined as ever, and fully committed to the Bianconeri cause.”

      NAPOLI ON THE HORIZON

      “Napoli are our main rivals for the Scudetto. They’re four points ahead of us in the table and we’ll be facing each other next Friday. However, we need to take one game at a time, starting on Sunday against Crotone."

      MIDFIELD INSPIRATIONS

      “I’m inspired by so many midfielders, like Andrés Iniesta for example, and of course my team-mate Miralem Pjanic, who I have the fortune to watch in training every day. I’m learning a great deal from him.”

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