Juventus finally managed to secure the Italian Serie A title this season after their victory over Sampdoria this morning. So, how does coach Maurizio Sarri feel that embraced the first Scudetto trophy in his career?
At the 36th Italian Giornata this season, Juventus face Sampdoria. The match took place at the Allianz Stadium, Monday morning WIB (27/07).
Playing at home, Maurizio Sarri’s troops managed to win with a score of 2-0, each scored by Cristiano Ronaldo and Federico Bernardeschi. Ronaldo had almost added to the Bianconneri’s advantage at the end of the match, unfortunately, the execution of penalties denied by Sampdoria goalkeeper.
When the long whistle signaled the end of the match was sounded, in a recording it appears coach Maurizio Sarri immediately ran out of the field into the players aisle.
The former Napoli coach explained that he was only trying to avoid the excitement of his players, because there was already a bucket of water to throw at him.
“I left the field trying to avoid a bucket of water that was thrown at me, but I did not manage to escape,” Sarri was quoted as saying by Football Italia.
But apart from that, the figure who once handled Chelsea could not deny the happy feelings he felt, after embracing the first Scudetto in his career as a coach. In the dressing room, he was immediately hunted by his men. Players also spray cream on his head.
“Certainly has a special feeling. It’s very difficult to win, it’s getting more and more complicated to keep win titles, because taking things for granted in sports is one of the biggest lies in the world,” he stressed ..
For information, this Scudetto title is the second major title achieved by Sarri throughout his career as a coach. Prior to this, the 61-year-old tactician managed to win the Europa League title with Chelsea.
“This is a tense journey and Juventus deserves a lot of praise for never being satisfied,” Sarri insisted while smoking a cigarette after being offered a match by Wojciech Szczesny.
As for Juventus, this is the 9th consecutive Scudetto they have achieved, starting from the 2011/12 season ago. While in total, Bianconneri has collected 36 Scudetto titles, or the most in history.