Serie A: Juve weren’t at their best, Allegri admits after AC Milan defeat

Juventus coach, Max Allegri, has said they were struggling after their 2-0 defeat at AC Milan.

Fikayo Tomori and Brahim Diaz struck for the Rossonero.

“After the game, there is little for me to say. We are in a moment where we seemed to be out of the negative period with these two victories, but we fell for it again. It’s a pity, as we did well for the first 20-25 minutes, then got deeper and deeper without even being forced into it,” Allegri told DAZN.

“We made a lot of misplaced passes and inevitably you pay for that.”

“I think it was psychological too. It’s not easy at the moment, we dropped a lot of points against the lower-mid table teams, then in these big clashes we needed more confidence.

“It is unfortunate that on both goals we conceded from our own mistakes. We just need to stay calm, roll our sleeves up and on Tuesday we must go to Maccabi Haifa with the mental strength to win that game.”

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