Marco Storari says the Bianconeri will channel the disappointment of this evening’s Parma reverse into positive energy for their Monaco preparations.
Juventus will look to get their second Serie A defeat of the season straight out of their systems when the French Ligue 1 outfit travel to Turin on Tuesday night, and the goalkeeper is confident he and his team-mates are capable of putting things right at the first time of asking.
Speaking to the media in Parma, Storari said: “We certainly got something wrong tonight, ours was a poor performance in every respect, featuring few shots on goal. It’s a pity because we had prepared well and wanted to keep marching on in the league with three points.
“We need to stay alert because the league isn’t over until the mathematics state otherwise. Tomorrow we’ll be fired up and hungry to prepare for Tuesday’s game. We’re not used to losing and not playing well, so we’re upset by what happened today.”