On Sunday, pay per head services saw that Juventus fell behind after 21 minutes to Mauricio Pinilla’s strike – only the second goal that Conte’s players conceded in 11 league matches – but was able to hit back in style thanks to a Fernando Llorente brace, a long-range effort by Claudio Marchisio, and a tap-in from Stephan Lichtsteiner. Both of Llorente’s goals were set up by Lichtsteiner.
Now price per head services can see that Juventus is eight points clear of Roma at the top of the table and beats a club record for consecutive wins that went back to 1932, something that Conte praised.
He told Sky Sport Italia: “It’s an extraordinary achievement, the fact in the history of Juventus – knowing the teams they had – never managed this before is amazing.
“The lads deserve applause, as football can go so quickly that you barely have time to enjoy these moments.
“Now we want to continue this positive streak, knowing full well there will be teams lined up to stop us.”
Conte also praised midfielder Marchisio, whose strike after 73 minutes put his side in front for the first time against Cagliari and impressed pay per head services in the process.
Price per head services saw that this season, Marchisio found a regular place in the Juve XI hard to come by, and reportedly attracted Manchester United’s attention. That speculation turned more intense after David Moyes, United manager, was in Sardinia for the match.
However, pay per head services found out that Conte spoke of the “professional attitude” shown by the Italy international, even though he wasn’t involved every week.
He told Sky Sport Italia: “Claudio is an important player for us and I must thank him for his professional attitude, he’s a real champion.
“He has ended up on the bench this season but behaved like a great champion and has Juve in his heart.
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“You can see he’s in good shape and (on Sunday) I needed a change of pace in midfield, which he provided.”