Martin Caceres says that Juventus’ first half performance probably cost them victory at Bologna on Wednesday.
The Old Lady racked up yet another draw, their fifth in six games, which means they are now two points away from leaders Milan.
“We needed to play with more nastiness in the first half,” the Uruguayan international, who started the game last night, stated.
“We played with the right spirit after the break, though, and we probably deserved to win the game.”
The Bianconeri would have joined the Rossoneri at the top of the table with a victory, but the former Sevilla player isn’t dwelling on the past.
“It’s a shame that we only got a point, but we’re already concentrating on the next game against Genoa,” he noted.
“We’ll go to Marassi with the intention of winning.”
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