Aji Yulianto

Monday 6 April, 2009

Outspoken Juventus midfielder Mauro Camoranesi has launched a scathing attack against his teammates following their failure to beat Chievo on Sunday.

The Bianconeri drew 3-3 with the relegation threatened Gialloblu and are now nine points adrift of League leaders Inter.

“I am sorry, we have all said the same thing in the dressing room,” Camoranesi said. “The game was over, we did well to win it in the final minutes.”

Juventus had twice gone behind but went 3-2 up after 79 minutes through in form striker Vincenzo Iaquinta.

However, Sergio Pellissier, the talismanic Chievo attacker, grabbed an equaliser and completed his hat-trick in stoppage time to make the game 3-3.

“It's not like us. This 3-3 really hurts. We have lost two really important points,” Camoranesi lamented.

“Once upon a time teams like Chievo came to Juventus to see how many goals they would concede. Today they come looking for victory.

“We have to do something. This is something Juventus are not used to,” the 32-year-old former Hellas Verona player concluded.

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