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JUVENTUS boss ALLEGRI celebrates table-turning success over Atletico Madrid

13.03.2019 16.04 by Claudio Colla  read 1165
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Commenting upon Juventus 3-0 victory over Atletico Madrid, reaching out to round-of-8, Bianconeri boss Massimiliano Allegri: “The boys read the game in the best possible way, playing at a high tempo, and exploiting the width of the pitch. I wanted to us play like that also in the first leg, but then I changed something, and it didn't go the right way. This evening, on the other hand, it was a fluid, cool and calm performance. We had been waiting for this evening for a long time, and we risked having a frenetic game, instead we had to pressure them, whilst also keeping a balance and we did it.

I tried to put on the pitch players who would find the right moments for us to open up the game. Spinazzola and Bernardeschi were very good, but all the boys showed their maturity, putting in a great performance”.

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