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Massimiliano Allegri: I was delighted with every aspect of our play


Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri says his side can have a bright future in the Champions League after registering their second consecutive win in the competition.

The Bianconeri were almost always in control against Sevilla on Wednesday night as they took all three points from the Juventus Stadium.

They lead Group D on six points ahead of the next round where they will face Borussia Monchengladbach at home.

"The boys played well out there tonight, both from a technical and tactical point of view," Allegri told reporters.

"We still need to continue growing as a team as there were a few moments after spells of being on top when we let the game get a bit stretched.

"In the second half though we were excellent, controlling the tempo throughout while upping it when we needed to. For me, this is the first step of a squad that's starting to find its feet and learning how to manage matches at the very highest level.

"I was delighted with every aspect of our play, we showed real desire to take the game by the scruff of the neck and to go and add to our lead after we went 1-0 up.

"We came together impressively as a team and let's not forget that in [Alvaro] Morata and [Paulo] Dybala we had two young strikers leading the line this evening. With those two in our ranks, we've got a very bright future in this competition."

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