Mirko Vucinic has defended his Juventus side from claims that they are too predictable as an attacking force.
The Old Lady complicated their Champions League campaign on Tuesday with a frustrating 1-1 draw at Danish minnows Nordsjaelland.
“We’re not predictable,” stated the Montenegro international. “We created a lot of chances and their goalkeeper did well and we were unlucky. We played well as a team.”
Nordsjaelland took a shock lead before Vucinic, having recovered from a fever, came on to grab a point.
“I’d rather not score if it meant the team winning as that’s the most important thing,” he continued.
“Nothing’s easy in football, there are no easy teams or games. We now need to take this point and focus on our next match.”
Having drawn their first three group games, Juve will now probably have to win their next two games against Nordsjaelland and Chelsea to stay in the running for qualification.
“We knew we had to win, but we were unable to,” Vucinic stated. “It’s now time to turn the page and, anyway, things are more beautiful when complicated…”
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