Juventus shouldn’t be overly concerned with the 1-0 defeat at Milan on Sunday, says former player and Coach Dino Zoff.
After going 49 games unbeaten, the Old Lady suffered their second defeat in four League games by falling at San Siro.
“They shouldn't worry. Juventus have one problem, namely that they don’t put the ball in the back of the net,” the ex-goalkeeper told Sportal.
“They create so much, they press really well, but, in the end, they don’t ripple the net. That is their limit right now.”
The Rossoneri won the game with a debatable penalty and Zoff admits that he wasn’t too impressed with what he saw at the Meazza.
“I’ve heard people say it was a spectacular game, but my idea of a spectacle is a little different,” Zoff lamented.
“Gigi Buffon made two saves and Marco Amelia was never worked.
“Milan played the game of their lives, but Juventus, after having a few problems in the first half, were basically playing in the Milan half after the break. They just didn’t create any real chances.”
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