“Good Juve, but PSG slowed down a lot, there’s a difference”: Marchisio has his own theory

“Good Juve, but PSG slowed down a lot, there’s a difference”: Marchisio has his own theory

Claudio Marchisio analyzed on social media the match played by Juventus against PSG. The former Juventus midfielder and captain has his own theory as to why Allegri’s team managed to play better in the second half.

Author: Fabrizio Rinelli

Juventus sweeping, right and bad in the second time, but not in the first. It was precisely the first 45 minutes that made the Bianconeri lose a game that perhaps, given the way the match was played in the second half, Allegri’s team also had the merit of drawing. But that didn’t happen and the PSG managed to take home the first game of the Champions League group stage. The 2-1 is not a very heavy result and that is perhaps surprising for the way in which the two teams arrived at this challenge. Whoever expected a Juve departure was wrong a lot and in fact the bianconeri in the second half they entered the field with a different attitude who got the score right and almost made Vlahovic and his teammates leave Parco dei Principi with at least one point in their pocket.

Allegri satisfied in the middle of the second half of his team and perhaps that reaction also gave courage to a Juventus that lacked a little confidence in the last games of the championship. the merits? Definitely to be attributed to the attitude of the team and its coach but for some also for opponents. Yes, why Claudio Marchisio, former player, flag and captain of Juventus, analyzed with the usual clarity that distinguishes him, the game of Juventus in Paris. The “Princiino” gave little credit to the Old Lady, stressing above all the almost defeatist approach of PSG in the second half that inevitably gave way to the bianconeri.

On Twitter, Marchisio surrendered to some comments, also responding to some users who asked for his opinion on the game. The former Juventus midfielder certainly didn’t hold back. “A good second half, but they slowed down a lot – He wrote – There is a difference”. Marchisio attributes this reaction by Juventus to a consequent physical decline of opponents who almost played with the brakes pulled in the second 45 minutes. More interesting is the answer that “Principio” gives to another fan who asks him if perin had been the best on the field. In fact, the Juventus goalkeeper was decisive on two occasions in the second half preventing the Parisians’ third goal.

“Certainly – Marchisio responds referring to the excellent game of the Juventus goalkeeper – On his merits and above all because if they kick you into the goal so much, you are taken into consideration.” Marchisio takes the opportunity to highlight, however, why Juventus still cannot be convincing and hungry as in the past, always with Allegri on the bench. “The problems remain and the courage to try to get it back (especially with the changes) has not been seen – underlines Marchisio – Our goal comes thanks to Donnarumma who comes out badly”. With the first sentence, the former Juventus and Seleção midfielder probably blames Allegri for not daring anymore.

The Livorno coach replaced square – exhausted – with De Sciglio and then decide to also resign Milik to Locatelli. Perhaps because of this second change, Marchisio had to complain too because the Pole seemed to still be in the game. The fact is that Principino’s analysis is impeccable and Allegri will certainly not be able to calm down contenting himself with a second half played discreetly in relation to the last games of the championship. Meanwhile, Marchisio himself remained glued to the tv even after the game to enjoy the PSG-Juventus post-game with the analysis of Alessandro Del Piero from the United States in the company of Giorgio chiellini which makes its debut in this capacity in the classic competition hall broadcast by Sky immediately after the Champions League games. “Oh beautiful!!!” jokingly writes posting a photo of the two former Juventus captains sitting next to each other.

Source: Fan Page IT

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