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Italy – Juventus can’t do it anymore

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Italy – Juventus can’t do it anymore

Juventus Turin was held in check by Genoa (0-0) to the great anger of its supporters who jeered at Massimiliano Allegri’s players at the final whistle, Sunday during the 29th day of the Italian Championship.

Samuel Iling-Junior and Moise Kean hit the post in the 67th and 90th minutes, but Juve could very well have lost this match, had it not been for a first-half save from Wojciech Szczesny in front of Mattia Bani. Frustrated, his scorer Dusan Vlahovic was sent off in added time after a second warning for protest. French international Adrien Rabiot, absent due to injury since February 25, made his return by entering on the hour mark.

Allegri still more criticized

Juve remains 3rd, tied on points with AC Milan (59), very far from Inter (75 pts), but at the rate at which it has been advancing for a month and a half, the qualification objective for the next League champions could quickly be in danger. The Bianconeri are only five points ahead of Bologna (4th) and eleven over Roma (5th) who have played a game less. Since January 27 (WELL January), they have only won one match and conceded three defeats for a disastrous record of seven points in eight matches, putting pressure on their coach, much criticized by fans.

“We are not able to achieve our domination at the moment, the positive point is that our opponent has not had a single opportunity,” explained Allegri on the DAZN platform. “We have to continue to play like we did today, I’m not worried, I saw a team that has personality and that fought for 90 minutes. Even if there wasn’t didn’t have a victory, in my opinion we took a step forward,” he added.

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