Juve: Allegri “we have to be meaner, matches must be killed” – Football

A point that allows Juventus to extend their positive streak but not overtake Inter in the standings. Massimiliano Allegri in the locker room analyzes Ferraris’ match against Genoa.

“We have to do better, be more aggressive and not rush – explains the coach -. But all this is part of a growth process. In Monza you win in the 95th minute after conceding the equaliser, today we tried without success but the boys they did what they had to do. With this draw we extend the positive streak of results and prepare for the away match in Frosinone.” For Allegri “a point in Genoa is a good point” but there are still many things that can improve.

“We must understand that when the opponent is in difficulty he must be killed and we still have to work on this – he added -.

I think of the occasion with Chiesa regarding their goalkeeper’s mistake, that was the moment in which you had to kill the match and we didn’t do it.” Allegri then did not want to comment on some episodes for which the intervention of the VAR would have been needed, a dubious episode in the area with Bani and an intervention by Malinovskyi, who was only booked. “The VAR is difficult. Uniform the judgment of something that is subjective. I still remember a Mandzukic goal disallowed against Atalanta due to a previous elbow from Lichsteiner to Papu Gomez. Things need to be moved from the field to Lissone. Mine is not a negative comment but the reality of things. Massa and the trio on the other hand did well.”

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2023-12-15 23:06:56
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