Alvaro Morata insists Juventus need ‘more determination to win games’ and that he won’t complain about his goal disallowed for offside.
Juventus were held to a 1-1 draw by newly promoted side Crotone who got their first point of the season.
"It burns it’s,” Morata told Dazn.
“We went down for the second game in a row. We strive, we put determination and courage, but we must better at the start.
“We need determination when we have something against".
The Spaniard scored the equalizer and, potentially, the winner but his second goal was disallowed for a tight offside.
“One millimeter changes everything. We don’t complain, we have a long road ahead.
“This is a great team with nice people. You have to go forward, word hard to reach all the goals".
"It’s all about playing and winning. As the team plays, it’s all about bringing home points. We did not, we must train and work".
The 27-year-old did also discuss Federico Chiesa’s straight red card on his Bianconeri debut. The former Fiorentina man had also assisted Morata for the equalizer.
“That’s how football is. Anyone can get a red card”, said Morata.
“A millimeter can change the game. You have to face it, understand it and do better next time".
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