Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri got himself a marching order during his team’s disappointing Coppa Italia defeat against Inter.
The Bianconeri have failed to win any titles this season following a 4-2 loss against their arch-rival in extra time. There were plenty of emotions boiling throughout the game, especially from Juve’s boss, Massimiliano Allegri.
The tactician looked upset for almost the entire match and his anger reached boiling point in extra time. Seeing his team going 4-2 down in the game, Allegri got into heated arguments with Inter’s assistant coach, Massimiliano Faris.
The Juve coach finally got his marching orders and after the game, he explains what made him furious on the touchline.
“Someone from Inter walked past and kicked me. I got angry and quite rightly the referee sent me off,” Allegri told Sport Mediaset (via Football Italia).
The tactician refused to discuss more on the incident as it won’t change anything regarding the final result.
Allegri stated his team put on a good performance and refused to discuss the penalties they conceded.
“We do not win a single trophy this season, we have to retain that anger for next season when we must get back to winning.”
“It was a good performance, but we fell away towards the end, there were players who were not fully fit and did all they could.”
“It’s a pity because we didn’t get the win against Inter in Serie A and did not take our revenge this evening either.”
” Incidents can go against you some days, in favour the others,” the coach explained.