Allegri: 'Juve have what it takes'


Massimiliano Allegri maintains Juventus “have every thing it takes to development” in the Champions League, in spite of a 2-2 design with Tottenham.

The Bianconeri had a dream open to this Spherical of 16 tie, going 2-Zero up inner nine minutes, but allowed a comeback, disregarded a penalty and by some means had entirely 33 per cent possession in Turin.

“It became once a good game, Juve made a few errors, partly thanks to their stress,” the Coach knowledgeable Mediaset Top rate.

“Gigi Buffon made a wide keep, we had the chance to transfer three-Zero up and then disregarded a penalty. We knew there may presumably perhaps presumably be difficulties, now the second leg will likely be a one-off and we’ll strive and buy.

“It became once entirely identical outdated to have some difficulties. After going 2-Zero up, we bought too deep and stopped enjoying, but half of that became once also all of the plot in which down to Tottenham’s efficiency. It became once aloof a Champions League Spherical of 16, let’s no longer overlook.

“It’s a pity we didn’t buy, but now we have every thing it takes to development to the quarter-finals.

“Tottenham are a truly bodily and technical team. Except for one Buffon keep, they didn’t have any real chances. We lost the ball enjoying it out of defence and conceded.”

Juventus modified to a Four-2-three-1 formation, partly due to accidents ruling out Paulo Dybala, Juan Cuadrado, Blaise Matuidi, Andrea Barzagli, Stephan Lichtsteiner and Benedikt Howedes.

“Dybala and Matuidi desires to be back for the second leg, but that’s in a month’s time and we want to point of interest on Torino this weekend.”

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