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Soccer: Juve fete record 15th Italian Cup

Soccer: Juve fete record 15th Italian Cup

Thinking of more trophies say goal hero Vlahovic

ROME, 16 May 2024, 13:02

ANSA English Desk



Juventus were celebrating a record-extending 15th Italian Cup on Thursday having beaten Atalanta 1-0 at the Olimpico the previous night via a Dusan Vlahovic strike to leave La Dea nursing 60 years of hurt.
    The Bianconeri thus extended their lead in the cup tally over second-placed Inter on nine, alongside Roma, seven for Lazio, six for Napoli and Fiorentina, five for Milan and Torino, four for Sampdoria and three for Parma.
    Serbia centre forward Vlahovic, who struck in the fourth minute and had another goal disallowed in the second half for offside, said: "A big thank you to everyone because we know what we did this year and the difficulties we had, but in the end we achieved the two goals we set ourselves at the beginning of the year: qualification for the Champions League and the Coppa Italia. Now I am already thinking about how to win more trophies next year: we are Juventus and the DNA of this team is this." Coach Massimiliano Allegro, who was red carded for frenzied foulplay protests near the end, said: "It was an important night, playing a final is always a wonderful event. It is a team victory. It was not easy and I am very happy for the boys, they did a good job and gave a joy to the club, the fans and me. We went through three hard months that will be of great growth, Juventus is an important club and we got what we needed to get: the Champions League and playing a Coppa Italia final that the boys then did well to win. This victory is thanks to everyone, the players did really well.
    Winning is never easy, but it is in Juventus' DNA. This victory should be celebrated, but from tomorrow Juventus must prepare again to win again." As for his tie-tearing-off, shirt-ripping antics, Allegri said: "it's normal to get excited in a cup final".


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