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Massimiliano Allegri: We deserved to win


Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri says his side has enough quality to enjoy a successful Champions League campaign.

The Bianconeri produced a very convincing performance at the Westfalenstadion on Thursday night to reach the Last 8 of the competition.

And the Italian is optimistic ahead of Friday's draw in Nyon.

"We wanted to make it through and we did it with two very good games," Allegri told Sky Sport Italy.

"Even in Turin, besides Chiellini's slip, we gave nothing away. We started well [tonight] then we struggled a little after [Paul] Pogba's injury.

"In the second half we gave nothing away so we deserve the win where the lads showed that they can do well and win in Europe.

"Only three or four teams are better than us but anything can happen.

"We will now focus on the Serie A. We have to take three points from all three games against Genoa, Empoli and Parma. Juventus is aware of how strong it is, we have technical and physical quality.

"He [Paul Pogba] suffered a muscular problem, it's his first problem in his entire career."

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