Juventus, Sarri: 'If the players don't win tomorrow, I'll kill them'

10 December at 20:30
Following the loss away at Lazio, which prevented Juventus from leapfrogging Inter at the top of the Serie A standings, Maurizio Sarri spoke at the press conference (via IlBianconero.com) at BayArena ahead of tomorrow's clash against Bayer Leverkusen.
 
Of course, it will be important for the Bianconeri to bounce back as they haven't won in their last two games. In Europe, however, they have been very strong so far this season and this could help them get back on track tomorrow.
 
Sarri could reach 22 consecutive games in Europe without defeat tomorrow, which is an extraordinary streak. The manager was asked about it during the press conference and provided a comical response to the matter.
 
"21 in a row in Europe? I read somewhere that 22 is the longest in Europe. If they [the players] don't win tomorrow, I'll kill them. Clearly in this streak, the game I remember the most is the final [with Chelsea]," he stated.
 
The Bianconeri have already secured their spot in the knockout phase, as well as the first place in the group. Therefore, there won't be too much pressure on them.

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