Juventus coach Ciro Ferrara insists they deserved victory after last night's 2-2 draw with Genoa.

David Trezeguet rescued a point for Juve with a goal four minutes from time, but Ferrara insisted: "I saw a great Juve, we deserved a victory.

"It was not so, but this makes us even more convinced that this way is the right one. Against Livorno, Buffon was our best player and we suffered. But today, we played a great match against Genoa at home, where it does very well.

"Today we were more like the real Juve, although we have conceded two sleepy goals. I am very sad because we deserved better than this result.

"We had several scoring chances, but it is clear that we had to finish the game off in the first half.

"Trezeguet and was decisive and with a little more experience we could've won this game, and so it's my fault."