Juventus’ Fabio Quagliarella has admitted that he doesn’t know whether his goal against Bologna will guarantee him a starting shirt versus Inter.
The Italian gave the Bianconeri the lead against the Rossoblu last night before being replaced by Sebastian Giovinco in a game the Old Lady eventually won 2-1.
“Saturday’s Inter clash will be a great match, but I don’t know whether I will play as the Coach rotates all of the strikers he has available,” he stated.
The 29-year-old is Juve’s joint top scorer in the League this term with three goals in six games. He also has one in two Champions League ties.
“I’m happy about scoring, but above all I’m happy with the result,” the former Sampdoria and Udinese man continued.
“If a striker scores and the team win it’s the maximum as far as I’m concerned.”
Juve won the game thanks to an injury time header from Paul Pogba.
“We displayed our never-say-die attitude again. We believe we can do it right up until the 95th minute.”
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