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      30.03.2019 20:50 - in: Serie A S

      Allegri: “Another step towards the title.”

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      "Four victories remain, but on Tuesday we will go to Cagliari, where the field is narrower and we will find a team that will give us a fight.”

      “We played a bad first half, we didn't have distances and time against a good Empoli. We were better after the break where we didn’t concede anything. We needed a 1-0 that was a struggle, it's another step towards the title.”

      Massimiliano Allegri enjoys a heavy success, which in the first part of the game certainly did not see the best Juve, but which in the second half was more than legitimized: “We could not get to the wings, then they fell off and we grew stronger. The games are long, you can't always win 3-0 after 10 minutes. Sometimes you have to pass the time and then hit. Now we are 18 points clear and nine days from the end, with four victories to win the Scudetto. Tuesday we will go to Cagliari, where the field is narrower and we will find a team that will give us a fight.”

      It’s impossible to not give tonight’s protagonist a thought. After Dybala's injury during the warm-up (“with Argentina he took a blow to the calf, today he had a hardening and we didn't want to risk him») many expected to see Kean from the first minute and Allegri explains his choice: "He has ambition and it's right. The desire to sacrifice and improve will help him. In these days he has suffered some frightening news from the media outlets, as well as the expenditure of mental energy after the two matches and the two goals in the national team. He should be used carefully, but from a psychological point of view, not a technical one. If I had deployed him immediately, I would not have had other changes in the attack.”

      The spotlight is now all on Kean, but it is obvious that, especially in view of the game against Ajax, the question is about how quickly Ronaldo will recover: “He did something this morning, but he went to jog. We need to see when he can run.”

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