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Massimiliano Allegri: I'm lucky to manage Juventus


Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri was full of praise for his players after his side's 2-1 win away at Internazionale.

Despite resting key players ahead of Wednesday's Italian Cup final against Lazio, the Bianconeri stopped Internazionale's positive run as they reach the 83-point mark in the Serie A.

"We defended well, Internazionale started well but we improved in the second half where we created goal-scoring opportunities," Allegri told Sky Sport Italy.

"Of course you cannot play the full 90 minutes with the ball in your feet, there are moments where you have to suffer in the game.

"The lads did well in slowing Internazionale down [when they came forward].

"He [Alvaro Morata] is more secure [when compared to the start of the season], both on the technical side and the physical side of his game.

"He played well today, just like [goalkeeper Marco] Storari who made a number of very good saves. But credit to every player for such a fantastic campaign.

"[Neto?] It's not fair to talk about other players, it would be disrespectful to this group. I'm lucky to coach this squad that can still improve."

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