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Comments from Dall’Ara
Comments from Dall’Ara

LEONARDO BONUCCI

“There’s little to say: winning was fundamental. If we play like tonight we will be satisfied. It was difficult, after a long time and after two subdued games, but tonight's road is the right one: sacrifice, humility and the desire to bring home the result at all costs. When the moments are more difficult, you have to respond like tonight: if you lose a final, you face things together. We have demonstrated this and this evening we have seen it.”

PAULO DYBALA

“My goal? Bernardeschi was good at finding me, then I took advantage with the movement, because probably the defender thought I would give him back the ball. The Italian Cup? If we had won against Napoli we would have said that we played well, but although not brilliant, we played well tactically. Today we have been better, it is not easy in a short time to start again and find trust. Today I wasn't at my best, but I'm happy with this game. It is difficult to find the fitness in just a few games, and there can be some drop during the matches. As for my position on the pitch, I have no problems: I speak with the coach, who gives me freedom and with my teammates, in order to find the right solution for everyone.”

MAURIZIO SARRI

"Today we were more brilliant from a physical point of view. We had 70 minutes of good intensity, with good rhythm and good accelerations. Bernardeschi has done well also in the last two entries, he gave the feeling of being in a good moment, and he also played on excellent levels, working well even in the defensive phase. I am satisfied with what he has done, he deserves it: he is often underestimated. Dybala and Ronaldo? Having individuality at this level solves certain games, but we must put ourselves in the posotion to both exploit them as much as possible and to remain a team. De Ligt has grown, he has become accustomed to our type of football and considering his age, he has not struggled much: he is a predestined to become a defender of European reference."