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‘Juventus criticism is fair, crisis is not over’

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Federico Chiesa discovered the online in tonight’s 2-0 Coppa Italia semi-final win over Lazio, however the Juventus star warns that is ‘not sufficient to take us out of this disaster.’

The Bianconeri had been jeered off the pitch at half-time by their very own supporters when it was nonetheless goalless, having received solely certainly one of their final 9 Serie A matches.

It remained a really tense state of affairs till Chiesa ran onto the Andrea Cambiaso via ball and swept his end into the far backside nook.

After that, Weston McKennie despatched Dusan Vlahovic clear to make it 2-0 and safe a stable benefit going into the second leg on April 23.

“We had been a little bit tense within the first half, however within the second we obtained again to being the group that we had been in January,” Chiesa told Mediaset.

“Now we have to concentrate on Serie A and get issues again on observe there.”

Whereas coach Max Allegri hit again angrily on the criticism over the previous couple of weeks, Chiesa absolutely acknowledges the followers have each motive to be sad.

“The criticism is just proper and it is just proper that we pay attention and attempt to do higher. The two-0 consequence isn’t sufficient to take us out of this disaster that has been happening for a few months now.

“At Juventus you need to be at 110 per cent on a regular basis, there’s a very excessive degree of stress and that’s the way it must be. The criticism is truthful.”

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Chiesa and Juventus total appeared to crumble after the double whammy of a draw when right down to 10 males towards Empoli at house, then dropping at San Siro, which successfully ended their Scudetto hopes.

“The truth that we drew with Empoli after which misplaced to Inter, being pushed again, actually took the wind out of our sails. I received’t say we switched off, however when such an enormous dream slips via your fingertips, it’s troublesome to then readjust in the direction of different targets.

“Once you play for Juventus, you need to play for each goal, that’s demanded by the membership and above all of the followers. That’s the way it needs to be.”

The Bianconeri’s poor type has seen them slip from second to 3rd and at the moment are solely two factors in entrance of fourth-placed Bologna.