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The Italian international is pleased with their comeback win over Bologna, but already looks ahead to next weekend’s match with the Lupi...Vince Masiello
15 Mar 2009 10:33:21

After their midweek Champions League exit at the hands of Chelsea, Juventus came from behind to demolish Bologna 4-1 at the Stadio Olimpico last night and moved to within four points of Serie A leaders Inter, who entertain Fiorentina this evening.
Massimo Mutarelli gave the Felsinei the lead in the first half, but the Old Lady fought back after the interval through Hasan Salihamidzic, Sebastian Giovinco and two-goal hero Alessandro Del Piero.
“We started out trying not to think about the Champions League match, but we clearly struggled,” Vincenzo Iaquinta is quoted as saying on the Bianconeri’s official website.
“But we were more determined in the second period and after taking a 2-1 lead, they were forced to open up and we took advantage.”
Claudio Ranieri’s men have a difficult fixture list ahead of them, as they will travel to Roma next Saturday and pay visit to Genoa on April 11, before the crunch clash with Inter at the Olimpico.
“Now we must keep going,” warned the ex-Udinese man.
“Without midweek games, we will have more time to train and will be ready to face Roma on Saturday.”
Juve's Champions League exit does have its upside, it seems.
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