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'We have to get back to feeling like it's a real game with consequences': Maurizio Sarri says his Juventus team will benefit 'from a little fear' as attention turns to the Champions League after coasting to Serie A glory Maurizio Sarri says his side will benefit from a little fear in the Champions League The Bianconeri have been criticised for taking their foot off the gas this season  Sarri says his team will have a 'completely different attitude' to the competition Juve will play Lyon in the second leg of the competition after losing the first 1-0 

By Charlotte Daly For Mailonline

Published: 12:02 BST, 2 August 2020 | Updated: 12:03 BST, 2 August 2020

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Juventus manager Maurizio Sarri believes his side will benefit 'from a little fear' as they turn their attention to the Champions League.

The Bianconeri have been criticised for taking their foot off the gas after coasting to Serie A glory this season, picking up their ninth consecutive Scudetto.

Sarri claims that his side will have a 'completely different attitude' to the Champions League as they look to overturn their 1-0 loss to Lyon in the first leg.

Maurizio Sarri says his side will benefit 'from a little fear' in their Champions League's clash

Maurizio Sarri says his side will benefit 'from a little fear' in their Champions League's clash

Looking ahead to their Champions League clash, Sarri told Sky Sports Italia: 'A little fear might do us good. We have to get back to feeling like it's a real game with genuine consequences, but I have no doubts we will have a completely different attitude to the one we've seen in the last few games.'

'We must recharge our mental and physical batteries. We did rather let go in the last few games, as perhaps after beating Lazio we felt as if the job was done, but it's much harder to get that focus

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