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JUVENTUS, Bonucci: "Too many mistakes. We have no excuses"

29.10.2020 10.25 by Claudio Colla  read 283
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Commenting upon last night Juventus defeat against Barcelona FC, Bianconeri veteran centre-back Leonardo Bonucci stated: “It is time to grit our teeth, to unite, and bring out the best in ourselves, because we get results that are not up to us. We played against a great team, but we made too many mistakes on a technical level and Barcelona are unforgiving. We could have done something more, but the thing that gives me hope is the desire we have to play with the ball at our feet and I'm sure that improving from a technical point of view will be a great season. We miss important players, it's not an excuse, it's reality, but in four days we'll be back on the pitch and we'll try to do better”.

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