Juventus defender Zdenek Grygera spoke about the late goal he scored against Inter on Saturday which salvaged a draw for his side, but ultimately did not improve their Scudetto hopes.
Grygera affirmed that he felt he would score against the Nerazzurri and ultimately things went just as he had predicted.
"I knew I would score," commented the Czech Republic player to Juventus.com. "I had already tried in the first half and had almost scored.
"Obviously I'm happy for this goal which allowed us to equalise, even though it does not change anything in the standings.
"In the first half we played better, but in the second half we were punished for our first mistake. Still, we were good enough not to give up, even with one man less."
Following the draw between the top two teams, Juventus remained in second place with 64 points from 32 games played, 10 points behind Inter who are now well on their way to winning the Scudetto.
Glenn Debattista, Goal.com