Juventus 3-1 Cagliari: Juve restore six point lead

Florence Fletcher
November 4, 2018

Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri has warned his players not to look beyond Saturday's game against Cagliari, with the prospect of a huge European clash with Manchester United looming.

"I didn't know what to say, the young Buffon emerged".

"I've asked the guys to just win the game", Allegri told a press conference ahead of Saturday's game as Juventus sit top of Serie A, six points ahead of Inter Milan and Napoli.

"They both guarantee many goals".

Fans will get a better idea about the efficiency of the system after a few more games, but Ronaldo's strikes from long range aren't exactly inspiring confidence.

But Allegri insisted: "This isn't good enough". Even after the first goal, we drifted out of the game.

"My Future? I want to play until I am competitive".

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Alessandro Florenzi scored late on to rescue a 1-1 draw for Roma at Fiorentina.

Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus, a move that many Juventus fans hoped would change their course in the Champions League with the Serie A giants falling short almost everytime in the finals.

He also heaped praises on Rodrigo Bentancur. Bradaric inadvertently sent the ball into his own net when trying to intercept Douglas Costa's cutback.

But without Croatian Mario Mandzukic, who was left out, the leaders had difficulty pegging back the visitors.

"It's a Frenchman who is going to win the Ballon d'Or".

Jordan Veretout gave Fiorentina the lead in the first half with a controversial penalty after Roma goalkeeper Robin Olsen was adjudged to have brought down Giovanni Simeone.

Di Francesco's side continued to push forward with Lorenzo Pellegrini hitting the woodwork and Dzeko again unlucky before Florenzi volleyed in the equaliser.

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