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Martin Caceres not affected by controversy, opts to focus on the game


Juventus defender Martin Caceres says he was not affected by the Napoli-Juventus post-match controversy.

The Uruguay international scored a dubious goal that could have been offside in Sunday's win at the San Paolo Stadium but believes the Bianconeri deserved to take all three points.

"To be honest I don't like checking the papers," Caceres told Sky Sport Italy.

"I like to focus on the game, on the fact that Juventus deservedly won by three goals to one. Instead, many prefer to raise controversy.

"But this has nothing to do with the game, it would be wiser, in my opinion, to talk about the team that won the game.

"It was a difficult game, we were leading by a goal and then suddenly they equalised, with a chance to make it 2-1.

"But we were more relaxed after the second and third goal."

Asked if controversy was also part of the Spanish Liga, the 27-year-old said: "It's been three years so in all fairness I don't remember.

"But I would say no, much less."

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