Monaco head mentor Leonardo Jardim has no feelings of trepidation over his energetic youthful side being closed around Juventus as Barcelona was in the quarter-finals of the ChampionsLeague.
The Ligue 1 pioneers have Juventus in the main leg of a distinctly foreseen semi-last at the Stade Louis II on Wednesday, their swashbuckling style having won incalculable admirers over the span of their high-scoring triumphs against Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund.
They will confront an alternate test in the state of Juve and their accomplished backline, who left Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez without an objective to appear for their endeavors more than 180 minutes amid the past round.
“I imagine that we’ll score in their stadium as well,” said Jardim. We scored three at Dortmund, three at City and furthermore a couple at Tottenham. By the by, such certainty does not really mean a careless approach. Juventus are altogether different to Dortmund and City,” said Jardim.”
“Those clubs are more assault disapproved and less centered around protection. We’ll have to focus on transitional stages in both protection and assault. When they’re well set up they are hard to score against so we’ll have to move the ball rapidly going ahead.”
Monaco will evaluate Tiemoue Bakayoko after the midfielder softened his nose up a preparation ground mishap with safeguard Kamil Glik a week ago. He prepared wearing a defensive veil on Tuesday and Jardim included: “We’ll take a gander at Bakayoko tomorrow. Possibly he’ll require another veil. There’s one because of arrive tomorrow.