By ANNE MEYER The New York TimesThe players in the Juventus squad who are missing international games have made it work.
On Sunday, they went to Russia for a friendly against Borussia Dortmund, but they missed the final because of a World Cup qualifier against Turkey.
The players who missed the games against the U.S. and Spain are now part of the squad for the friendly against Russia.
The team, which is coming off a 3-0 loss to Brazil at Wembley Stadium, has scored 14 goals in the five matches against Russia, and it’s the third consecutive time it’s scored in five matches.
“It’s great to have the players with the experience, who have played the games and know what to expect, and they have done it,” Juventus coach Antonio Conte said.
The Juventus squad of 15 players missed the game against the United States because of the World Cup qualifiers, which had been scheduled to take place on July 1 and 2.
The game was postponed due to the Russia match and the players were not allowed to leave the stadium.
But the players, many of whom have experience with playing in Russia, have found the experience to be invaluable.
“You know how it’s like in the World Cups,” Paulo Dybala, the 23-year-old center-back, said.
“I think it’s very important to have that experience in this competition.”
This is a good example of how we’ve been able to make the most of the experience we’ve had at international level.
We know the situation.
We’ve had the same experiences in previous World Cups.
I think it gives us a lot of confidence going into this competition.
I hope that we will win it, because we have to play in the best possible way, to put the best team on the field, to do everything possible to reach the final.
It was an amazing experience for us.
We went through a very difficult match in the first half and it was not easy to keep up with them.
But I think the experience is good and it shows how we’re all in this together.
We’re trying to make sure that we’re ready to compete and that we work hard.
“We’ll go out with a smile on our face.”
The players are not the only ones who are looking forward to the game.
“There’s no doubt that we’ve won the last three games in Russia,” Dybola said.
We won three of them last year in the competition, and we want to continue this good trend.