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Massimiliano Allegri: I am bitterly disappointed with the result


Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri was disappointed after his side's 2-2 draw away at Cesena on Sunday night.

With Roma dropping points in the afternoon, Juventus were gifted a golden opportunity to open a 9-point gap at the top of the Italian Serie A but failed to take advantage as they only managed a draw away at Chelsea.

"We made technical errors allowing Cesena to create chances on the counter," Allegri said.

"I am bitterly disappointed with the outcome of tonight's game, especially for the first 15 minutes.

"We improved late in the first half, creating chances of our own and we were in control early in the second half.

"We thought we could control the game until the end but we were punished when [Franco] Brienza equalised.

"Had we won here we wouldn't have won the title so no, I don't want to use Roma's draw as an excuse. We would have opened an important 9-point lead, in the end we are 7 points clear, still a good advantage, but there's still a long way to go.

"We cannot be carried away, we know there are many games left to win the title and we know it because this group is made up of intelligent players."

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