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Massimiliano Allegri: We created very few clear-cut chances tonight


Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri says his side didn't create enough goal-scoring opportunities against Borussia Monchengladbach on Wednesday night.

The Bianconeri could only manage a draw at home against the Germans as they see their lead at the top of the table cut to just one point after Manchester City's win over Sevilla.

They will face Monchengladbach away from home next.

"We created very few clear-cut chances tonight," Allegri told reporters.

"There were many opportunities to cause Borussia problems and we did not take them for a variety of reasons, from bad decisions to poor technique, while we were also too selfish on occasions.

"It's true that a red card could have changed the game, but the onus was on us to shape our own destiny by playing better from a technical standpoint and providing a final killer ball. The same things happened in Milan and we didn't score there either."

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