Fabio Quagliarella scored in Copenhagen, but admits Juventus “dropped two points. We’re starting with an uphill struggle.”
The Bianconeri dominated the match in Denmark but, just like last season against Nordsjaelland, only managed a 1-1 draw.
“It was a disappointment, as we dropped two points. We pushed hard and had the chances to win, but it seemed like last season at Nordsjaelland,” Quagliarella told Sky Sport Italia.
“We should’ve scored and won the game, but we know that we’re starting with a bit of an uphill struggle.
“They started very strong and the Coach had warned us about that. We didn’t hold up to their rhythm and should’ve done. Apart from that early goal from a set play, Gigi Buffon had nothing to do.”
Real Madrid are top of Group B after a thumping 6-1 victory away to Galatasaray.
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