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Massimiliano Allegri on the big win and Carlos Tevez's contribution


Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri was visibly delighted after his side's 7-0 win against Parma on Sunday afternoon.

After a number of poor results against Sassuolo and Genoa, the Bianconeri recovered in style as they eased past Roberto Donadoni's side to consolidate their lead at the top of the Serie A.

"Winning was important to close a month which didn't start that well for us," Allegri said.

"We struggled in the first 15 minutes of the game but we then settled down and I believe we can be happy with today's performance.

"I'm also happy that the team did technically well, that Padoin and Romulo did well in a difficult game because Juventus ended the game with four youngster on the pitch.

"And this is a good sign because the club worked extremely hard during the summer to have quality youngsters in the squad.

"[Carlos] Tevez scored a beautiful goal. He always work hard in training, he's a leader. In a way I'm sorry that he was called for the national team but I'm also happy for him, he deserves it.

"Today we produced a number of shots from distance, it's an option, and in defence we closed all gaps."

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