Carlos Tevez’s performance during Juventus’ 1-1 draw with Copenhagen in the Champions League impressed Gianluca Vialli.
The Argentine forward went a second game without scoring, but the former Old Lady striker thinks the 29-year-old did well.
“I really liked Tevez,” he told Sky Sport Italia. “His performance was positive even if he didn’t manage to score.
“He moved around a lot, he created some dangerous moments, but he – like the rest of the side – was just unfortunate.”
Juve, after falling behind, dominated the game but wasted chance after chance in the Danish capital on Tuesday.
“It’s a shame about the result,” Vialli, who won the European Cup with Juve in 1996, continued.
“A convincing opening game victory would have been an ideal start to a Champions League campaign.”
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