Italian Serie A: Juventus FC beats AS Roma thanks to super Ronaldo

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Italian Serie A: Juventus FC beats AS Roma thanks to super Ronaldo

Italian Serie A: Juventus FC beats AS Roma 2-0 thanks to a super-performance of Cristiano Ronaldo. Juve manager Andrea Prilo analyzes the victory of the Piedmontese against Lazio. He said: "We studied the game in reverse compared to the first leg trying to defend ourselves well and find steal solutions because Roma brings many players forward and leaves spaces.

It is a type of match that can be repeated in the future because playing every three days you can't always have great intensity. If Paulo Dybala will be ready for FC Internazionale in the Coppa Italia challenge? He is growing in training.

We hope. We have regrouped: the defensive phase is much more vehement and we are much more careful because we know what mistakes we have made in the past. I have always felt within this group from the beginning, they have always given me great availability and it shows in the attitude of the champions in these matches.

You must also be humble and run around the ball because you can't always have him around. I have a very competitive squad, as he demonstrated this week playing at San Siro with many different players, and a great company that supports me.

Matches and defeats allow you to grow, at the first experience every little thing can allow you to improve. In Italy there is great tactics, for each match you have to find a different solution. I saw FC Internazionale match yesterday, we know from the beginning that they are a very strong team.

Now let's think about the return to the Italian Cup. Dybala? He is growing with training, we hope to recover him soon."

Lionel Messi close to PSG!

Among the objectives of Leonardo, head of the technical area of Paris Saint-Germain, there is also that of retaining the best players, with whom he is discussing a contract renewal.

Among them, there are also Di Maria and Neymar. He said: "Let's stay calm, we're talking about it. I'm 32, Neymar is much younger and therefore it's easier to discuss it with him but we're doing it. In Paris I'm happy and I'd like to continue here," concluded the Argentine.

A further indication of Lionel Messi's transfer to PSG was provided by Angel Di Maria who on Wednesday evening after the victory of Paris against Nimes expressed himself on the possibility that his international team mate will join him in France.

He said: "Let's hope, I think we there are many possibilities but we have to stay calm. Let's think about ourselves first and then see what happens. " Something about it was also asked to Mauricio Pochettino, who instead preferred not to answer directly.