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Massimiliano Allegri happy with win and Andrea Barzagli's return


Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri was delighted after his side's 1-0 win away at Palermo.

Spain's Alvaro Morata scored a brilliant goal to give his side all three points and another important win in the title race.

"We did well, giving nothing away to Palermo," Allegri told Sky Sport Italy.

"We could have done better after taking the lead but fatigue played its role. It's one more win towards the title win.

"We still need six wins and some draws [to win the title], so let's take it one step a time.

"We won 1-0 without conceding goals, I like that. [Andrea] Barzagli did well on his return and I'm happy for [Paolo] De Ceglie and [Stefano] Sturaro as well.

"The substitutes were very important today. They were very important when I won the title at Milan, less in my second year unfortunately.

"I'm lucky to have them [good players on the bench]. I have [Simone] Pepe but also Matri, Morata and Padoin."

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