Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri blamed his players for being sidetracked by their Champions League game at Manchester United on Tuesday.
"It's simple", he told reporters. "We went from frantic to sleeping and vice versa". "That's the way we have got to do it like we did in the second half against Newcastle and for 60, 65 minutes of this game against Chelsea and as long as we play that way then I am sure we will get the right result". Every match has to be won on the pitch in 90 minutes.
"It'll be very different with Manchester United, as we will both be playing to win".
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German police detain suspected hostage-taker and free woman
The hostage take-, who was severely injured in the police operation, was taken to an intensive care unit in a local hospital. A 14-year-old girl was hospitalized with burns and a woman at the restaurant was treated for smoke inhalation, police said.
Hurricane Leslie heads quickly to Iberian Peninsula
Leslie was dubbed a "zombie" hurricane as it first formed on September 23, only to meander through the Atlantic Ocean for weeks. State broadcaster RTP said Leslie's wind speeds reached 170kmh in the coastal town of Figueira da Foz, 200km north of Lisbon.
The Portuguese striker fired Juventus in front in the 18th minute after a communication mix-up by the Genoa defence.
His milestone goal could not have been simpler as he tapped home from close range after Ionut Radu had failed to deal with Joao Cançelo's deflected strike. The Italian champions, though, were allowed to fill the seats with local school children.
Krzysztof Piatek, who has been in fine form so far this season, almost earned the equaliser off a long-range shot in the 55th minute that fellow worldwide teammate Wojciech Szczesny was able to keep out the bottom right corner.
Allegri responded by introducing Paulo Dybala for Blaise Matudi as a frantic finale beckoned with Genoa holding on for a surprising point.