Stephan Lichtsteiner saw differences between this Copenhagen draw and last season’s with Nordsjaelland.
Juventus were held to a 1-1 draw in Denmark  for the second year running and began their Champions League draw with a stalemate.
“These are certainly two dropped points considering the way the game went. We got it wrong at the start, then wasted some great chances, but we should’ve won here,” he told Sky Sport Italia.
The Bianconeri still ended up winning their group last term and reached the quarter-finals.
“We hope it can end up like last season! It wasn’t the same game, as we created much more than against Nordsjaelland and missed a few from point-blank range.
“We wanted to start with three points and didn’t manage it, but if we play the way we did in the second half and can put the ball in the net, then we’ll go far.”
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