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Massimiliano Allegri: Scudetto not won yet


Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri was a happy man after his side's 1-0 win against Sassuolo on Monday night.

After Roma dropped points on Sunday, the Bianconeri knew that they couldn't miss yet another opportunity to open an important gap at the top of the Serie A.

But they were made to wait until the 82nd minute for the only goal of the game and the three very important points.

"I believe second round games are tougher than those in the first round where you either score immediately or you end up like today," Allegri told Sky Sport Italy.

"Sassuolo put pressure on us, we were slow and kept trying to break through the middle.

"We improved in the second half, playing with more pace and intensity and giving nothing away."

Asked if the title race can be considered over, Allegri said: "No, things should be taken slowly.

"We don't play every day, let's wait for Saturday, then the Champions League and so on.

"There are games left, the championship is our primary objective, the Champions [League] is a dream and in the Italian Cup we will try to recover the deficit."

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