Juventus coach Pirlo delighted pounding Sampdoria; calm over Ronaldo dry spell
Juventus coach Andrea Pirlo was pleased with their 2-0 win versus Sampdoria.
Italy worldwide Fede Chiesa scored the opening goal at Marassi, while Aaron Ramsey turned in the Juan Cuadrado counter in blockages.
” Chiesa is a young gamer who signed up with a big club, dealing with worldwide matches for the first time, and it was a big action up for him, so he was a little shy initially. He’s settled now, gotten in confidence and has actually enhanced a lot,” Pirlo told Sky Sport Italia.
” It’s good that he is completing off the moves that we assault, and he ought to do it more frequently, taking advantage of his runs from deep.”
He continued: “It’s a pity we didn’t exterminate the video game in the first half, as we had the chances to double our lead. It’s just normal with a one-goal space that Sampdoria would push harder, however Wojciech Szczesny didn’t make any particularly tough conserves. We got the second goal ultimately, although we ought to’ve done it earlier.”
Cristiano Ronaldo stopped working to find the net for the third successive Serie A match.
” Ronaldo gave his contribution once again today with his passes for both goals, so the important thing is that the team wins.”