Massimiliano Allegri enjoys it but puts the brakes on Dusan Vlahovic

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“Couldn’t be there tonight, let’s see how he is for Verona.”

The air of the championship is good for Max Allegri’s Juve, which collected its fourth consecutive success in Serie A by beating Inter in the much-felt derby of Italy. At the end of the match, in a press conference and at the microphones of DAZN, the Tuscan coach analyzed his team’s match, already projecting himself to the away match in Verona on Thursday night.

“This victory has the weight of having won a direct clash that we had not won for a long time. Inter is a strong team, we were lucky in the first half but if you play like this luck comes your way. The most beautiful thing is to see a team with enthusiasm and desire, characteristics to create the conditions for us to win,” Allegri began. “Winning helps you win, it leads you to create a team with values. You have to have important values to achieve certain goals. Let’s enjoy this victory, then tomorrow we think about Verona.”

Speaking of the ‘Bentegodi’ engagement, the Tuscan coach took stock of the excellent injuries. Some of them close to return, others, such as Dusan Vlahovic, still under evaluation. “On Vlahovic we will see how he is, tonight he could not be there. McKennie and Paredes should be back tomorrow, Kean on Tuesday,” the technician glossed.

Juventus is the Italian club that has won the Italian league title the most times, 36. The first Scudetto for the Bianconeri dates back to 1905 while the first Champions Cup was in 1985, won in the final against Liverpool. After their interlude in Serie B in the 2006-07 season, Juventus won their first Scudetto of nine consecutive in the 2011-12 season: three under Antonio Conte, five under Massimiliano Allegri, and the last one, the one in 2019-20, with Maurizio Sarri on the bench.

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