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Massimiliano Allegri sets sights on Italian Cup victory


Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri is already looking forward to next week's Italian Cup final against Lazio.

The Bianconeri caused a major upset at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium on Wednesday night as they reached their first Champions League final since 2003.

And the Italian was again full of praise for his players after they reached yet another impressive objective.

"So far this has been a fantastic campaign," Allegri told Sky Sport Italy.

"Credit to the lads for a brilliant performance. They were brave, played with intensity and produced a brilliant technical display.

"This game could have gone either way. At home they always produce those ten minutes of brilliance, playing with amazing pace and when they do it's very tough to stop them.

"We started well but we then dropped deep and they created chances. In the second half we created chances of our own, we had to be patient.

"[Barcelona?] They are enjoying a very positive spell but so are we, we'll see next month.

"The Italian Cup is up next on Wednesday and we want to win it."

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