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Dionisi: ‘Sassuolo players upset at decision on Juventus goal’

Alessio Dionisi admits Sassuolo players were ‘upset’ at the fact Paulo Dybala’s goal was not disallowed for an Alvaro Morata foul, leading to the 2-1 Juventus victory.

It was the second consecutive defeat for the Neroverdi, who had gone in front through a well-worked Giacomo Raspadori goal on Domenico Berardi back-heel flick.

Paulo Dybala’s rocket drew level on the stroke of half-time and late on Moise Kean turned Vlad Chiriches to nutmeg Andrea Consigli.

The result is not reflected by the statistics, as Sassuolo had 64% possession and 22 attempts to 10, seven to five on target.

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“Let’s say the lads were rather upset at half-time, but at the final whistle too. Over the course of the 90 minutes, if one team deserved to win, it was us, but the other team won instead,” Dionisi told Sky Sport Italia.

“However, we know the strength of Juventus, they keep going. We tried everything possible to score more goals, we didn’t deserve to be on level terms at half-time and the second half was almost as good as the first until fatigue set in.

“Juve defended so deep and closed all the spaces, so we tried to pass it around them and didn’t have as many shots on goal as usual, but that’s credit to the Bianconeri for their defending.”

They were also furious at the equaliser, feeling Alvaro Morata had fouled Giorgos Kyriakopoulos in the build-up.

“I don’t want to get into it, but let’s just say it is a pity the first half ended 1-1. It’s a real pity.

“The lads showed great quality and effort, Juve had the experience to control the…


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