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Massimiliano Allegri: We deserved to lose


Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri admits his side did not deserve to take anything from today's game against Parma.

The Italian opted to rest a number of key players ahead of next week's Champions League game against Monaco and Roberto Donadoni's men took full advantage as they continue the fight to stay in the Serie A.

"We deserved to lose, we produced a normal first half of football but nothing at all in the second," Allegri told Sky Sport Italy.

"There are many games left [before we can be crowned champions]. We had to win to keep Roma and Lazio at a distance but unfortunately we didn't do it.

"Parma did well, we were slow and impatient, they punished us on the counter after we made technical mistakes, mistakes that we shouldn't be making.

"Tuesday's game [against Monaco] will be a different game."

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