Juventus Forward David Trezeguet Pleased With Goal Against Fulham

The Frenchman would like to win the Europa League, but is taking it one match at a time...
Juventus hitman David Trezeguet was pleased that his side defeated Fulham 3-1 in the first leg of their Europa League round of 16 clash.

But there is some doubt over whether the Frenchman got the final touch on the goal awarded to him.

"[Hasan] Salihamidzic claims that he touched it last, but I did not see it. If he says this, then I have faith in him. As it stands, this goal I will keep to myself," the 32-year-old affirmed to Tuttosport. "The important thing is that the team won.

"This is a big step forward for the side. My last goal in Europe was against Bayern Munich on that fateful night, and am pleased to have scored again.

"We are going through a better period as a team, as the victory against Fiorentina gave us a lift.

"There is still a long way to go in the Europa League, but we are working towards going as far as we can. The quality of players are there, and Juventus are a side accustomed to winning," concluded Trezeguet.


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