Allegri: Juventus deserved to win, about 73 points are needed to enter the UEFA Champions League next season
March 1 In the 24th round of Serie A in the early hours of this morning, Juventus beat Derby 4-2 at home
After the game, Juventus coach Allegri accepted an interview.
Juventus has achieved four consecutive victories in Serie A. Allegri first said: “The players played a very good game. Although we conceded two goals that could have been avoided, we deserved this victory. Now
Juventus are 10 points away from the Champions League? There are still a lot of games and we have to go one step at a time. Then we have to improve in many ways, which is normal.”
Pogba came off the bench in the 68th minute of the game. He has been absent due to injury since joining Juventus last summer, and now he has finally returned from injury.
Allegri said: “We need players with different characteristics, we need to rest, Pogba performed very well after playing, we are very happy with his comeback, and everyone performed very well.
Put Rabiot back in front of the defenders because we need his physical advantage in that regard.”
In this derby, Juventus conceded a goal early in the opening 2 minutes. They fell behind twice in the first half but equalized twice. In the second half, Juventus won 4-2 with two more goals from Bremer and Rabiot.
Allegri praised: “They performed very well, we entered the state a little late, but then we maintained a compact formation. We must continue to maintain this spirit. If we can do it, we will be able to bring different satisfaction.
Although Juventus were deducted 15 points in Serie A due to financial fraud, they still scored 35 points and rose to seventh in the Serie A standings, re-seeing the dawn of competition for the Champions League next season.
Allegri finally said: “From the current data, (the fourth place) Lazio scored 45 points, which means that the fourth place needs to score about 73 points throughout the season. In order to achieve this goal, we will next
It’s going to have to be extraordinary, but we’re going to take it one step at a time.”