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disappointed Allegri

disappointed Allegri

disappointed Allegri

Roma – Massimiliano Allegri considers Juventus played well in the first 70 minutes of the match against AS Roma. However, the coach was so disappointed to see the performance of the Bianconeri after that.

Juventus drew 1-1 with Roma in Serie A at the Olimpico, Tuesday (03/03/2015) pm dawn. They went ahead through Carlos Tevez’s free kick, but then failed to prevent Seydou Keita equalized.

In this game, Juve many persist throughout the first half. Although the visitors get a chance, the score remained 0-0 until halftime.

Having started the second half well, Juve the lead with a goal by Tevez. They are also superior to the number of players for Roma defender Vasilis Torosidis sent off.

But, in the favorable situation, the game Juve actually decreased. Their goal eventually collapse as well by Keita header. They then constantly battered Rome in the rest of the time, although the score did not change until the fight was over.

“This is a step forward. But, seeing how the game, we should perform better. We played badly in the last 20 minutes,” said Allegri told Sky Sport Italia.

“I am delighted to 70 minutes because we did not give a chance to Rome and improved after the break. After winning, we play well for six or seven minutes, but then stopped playing.

“We left the field with a very angry after this fight,” he continued.

With this result, Juventus still lead in the first position of the standings with a collection of 58 points. Rome is behind them with the acquisition of 49 points.

“It is true we are still nine points and it was a great distance. However, we have to start winning away again. We’ve failed to win in three away games in a row,” said Allegri.

“It’s not easy to Rome, but there are still many points to be had. Disappointing because we only get a draw from this match and even almost lost another of a free kick,” he added.