Miralem Pjanic warned Juventus that “it’s not easy when the game is always open” after a comeback to beat Brescia 2-1.
Alfredo Donnarumma had opened the scoring within four minutes, but Chancellor’s own goal and a Pjanic volley after a free kick turned it around at the Stadio Rigamonti.
“It’s a pity we conceded so early, but we did try to play our game, have chances and pass the ball in a difficult arena,” the midfielder told DAZN.
“I think we ultimately deserved the win, because we clearly kept more possession. We could and absolutely should’ve scored more goals, because it was open until the end at 2-1.
“The ball was moving around well, we’ve just got to be more incisive in attack, as it’s not easy when the game is always open. We did well, it was an improvement.”
Juventus are still settling in with new Coach Maurizio Sarri and he shifted his tactics a little today, moving from 4-3-3 to 4-3-1-2 with Aaron Ramsey as the trequartista.
“It takes patience, calm and hard work. Every year there is criticism for this team, it’s natural. We aim to win everything and are working to be one of the best teams in Europe, but this is just the beginning and we’re on the right track.”