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Andrea Pirlo unhappy with his side’s performance but satisfied with results

Andrea Pirlo complained Juventus forwards were ‘too egotistical’ against Ferencvaros and was ‘satisfied with the result, but not the performance’.

“We’re satisfied with the result, but could’ve done much better in terms of the performance. We made a lot of mistakes down to complacency, so we need to improve,” the coach told Sky Sport Italia.

Pirlo was asked by Fabio Capello if he’d have a word with his forwards, who tended to go for goal rather than pass to their teammates.

“I talk to my players a lot, but they make the choices when they are on the pitch. They could’ve been less egotistical and killed off the game earlier.”

“We are playing with two forwards plus two wide men. Once we get everyone in shape, we can evaluate who to use together. So far, not everyone has been at 100 percent, so it’s been normal to rotate them and leave one out.”

Arthur Melo started in midfield but made little impact and Rodrigo Bentancur replaced him at half-time.

“Arthur wasn’t well from the start, he felt ill and was nauseous. We were ready to substitute him after 20 minutes, but he wanted to finish the half.”

“His position should be slightly more advanced compared to today, but he was struggling to breathe and run today, so he was deeper to let him recover and compensate.”

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