Chievo 'keeper Stefano Sorrentino was left impressed by Juventus following the 0-0 draw in Verona on Sunday.
Although the Old Lady didn't manage to pick up the three points, the custodian was in complimentary mood.
"Whereas Napoli are very dependent on Ezequiel Lavezzi, Juventus are a much more united block," said the No 1.
Chievo actually beat the Azzurri at the Bentegodi this season, whereas they frustrated the Old Lady yesterday afternoon.
"We did well to not collapse at the time when they attacked us with great determination," Sorrentino added.
Sorrentino, born in March 1979, actually began his career in the Juve youth ranks. He was also targeted by the Turin giants in 2010, but Juve opted to sign Marco Storari instead.
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