Juventus coach Ferrara delighted with Caceres debut goal

Juventus boss Ciro Ferrara was pleased with their 2-0 win at Lazio last night. Martin Caceres and David Trezeguet struck for Juve to maintain their 100 per cent record so far this season.

Juventus boss Ciro Ferrara was pleased with their 2-0 win at Lazio last night.

Martin Caceres and David Trezeguet struck for Juve to maintain their 100 per cent record so far this season.

Ferrara said: “I was impressed by [Sebastian] Giovinco, [David] Trezeguet who hadn't played yet and Tiago when he came off the bench. We reacted well to that first half.

“I particularly want to single out [Martin] Caceres, who was effectively making his debut and we thank him for scoring a great goal to give us the lead.”

Trezeguet made his first start of the season and scored a late goal, perhaps changing his decision to leave next summer.

“The goal was very important for him and also the fact he played for 90 minutes with a good level of fitness, being able to come back and help his teammates.

“Obviously a goal is everything for a striker's confidence and he worked so hard that he deserved this chance.”

Ferrara added: “Clearly there is a lot of responsibility and I was worried that we weren't the usual Juventus tonight, but I relaxed in the second half when I saw that we managed to win back the ball more often and were more reactive.”

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