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Massimiliano Allegri: I'm not worried about our zero points in the league


Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri says he will not panic after suffering a second consecutive defeat in the Serie A.

The Bianconeri are yet to open their account this season after suffering a 2-1 away defeat against Roma.

But Allegri believes it's too early to be concerned about the title race.

"We reacted well, even though we didn't show a positive attitude at the beginning," he told reporters.

"It wasn't a great performance, aside from the final 10 minutes. We made too many technical mistakes and in the second half, when a change was there to be made, we conceded from a free-kick. But our strong reaction is what we need to bear in mind when we get everyone back after the international break.

"I'm not worried about our zero points in the league, that's something that can happen in football.

"Yes, we have to catch up, but we've got all the time and quality to do so. We need to remain calm, clear headed and run through what didn't work for us."

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