Quagliarella: ‘Indescribable joy’

by | Apr 26, 2015 16:30

Fabio Quagliarella said it’s “impossible to describe” how it feels to give Torino their first Derby della Mole win in 20 years.

The Granata hadn’t beaten Juventus since April 1995, but today Quagliarella sealed a 2-1 victory.

“Today the people deserved this victory and this joy,” the ex-Juve striker told Sky Sport Italia.

“Even apart from the result I think people enjoyed themselves, as it was really a very entertaining derby.”

Fabio Quagliarella said it’s “impossible to describe” how it feels to give Torino their first Derby della Mole win in 20 years.

The Granata hadn’t beaten Juventus since April 1995, but today Quagliarella sealed a 2-1 victory.

“Today the people deserved this victory and this joy,” the ex-Juve striker told Sky Sport Italia.

“Even apart from the result I think people enjoyed themselves, as it was really a very entertaining derby.”

There were fans in the Stadio Olimpico in floods of tears at the final whistle, while the Toro players were stripped bare for souvenirs.

“It’s impossible to describe the emotions I am feeling right now and it might take us a few days to really get a clearer picture of it.

“Right now all we feel is joy that after 20 years Torino can celebrate this moment. I celebrated with my family in the stands, so I dedicate the goal to them as well as the fans.

“This victory gives us an important push up the standings. We struggled at times, of course. It would’ve been crazy to think we wouldn’t suffer against Juventus.

“They hit the woodwork three times, but we did well to take our chances and now there are many scenarios open to us.

“This game lets us know we can achieve great things if we all work together.”

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