Maurizio Sarri praised his side’s attacking qualities as they came from behind to defeat Brescia in Serie A on Tuesday night. The Bianconeri suffered an early setback as Alfredo Donnarumma gave the home side the lead after just four minutes but they hit back to take a crucial three points.
Jhon Chancellor put through his own goal to level the scores just before half-time, and then Miralem Pjanic grabbed the winner in the 63rd minute as Sarri’s men jumped above Inter Milan and into top spot.
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Sarri admits Juve are far from perfect, but is happy with the direction they are heading in. “We have improved a lot from the point of view of the attack, we have controlled the game better,” Sarri said. “We have to perfect the defensive phase that with 4-3-1-2 is not easy.
But I have seen progress in the ability to attack and create opportunities. “In a game where you go behind after four minutes in an environment full of enthusiasm, it was not easy. Good personality, good attack, we still need to make progress on the defensive phase.”
Goalscorer Pjanic also says there is plenty to work on, but the win was the most important thing.
The Bosnia and Herzegovina international also believes the path his team are taking is the “right one” and that they will continue working “day by day”.