Alessandro Matri feels Juventus deserved to beat Genoa this evening, though is content with his brace.
“I put myself at the disposal of the Coach, so if the goals arrive then that's even better,” said the striker.
“I try to give 100 per cent to help the team succeed.”
He twice put the Bianconeri ahead only to be pegged back 2-2 at the Juventus Stadium.
“We had the game in hand for 90 minutes, as I only remember Genoa's two goals and a shot from distance that were really threatening.
“You pay a price for these situations. Tonight we didn't deserve to only pick up one point.”
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