Allegri: "I'm Looking Forward To A Tough Game Because Lazio Has A Strong Team And Is In Very Good Shape."

Juventus coach, Max Allegri has offered his thoughts on Maurizio Sarri, who he believes has the exact opposite personality. On Sunday night (13/11) local time, he will lead the team against Lazio in Serie A at the Allianz stadium.

Juventus are back with five consecutive Serie A victories, all keeping clean sheets. While Lazio has the second-best defensive record in Serie A, it could be difficult to break through the Italian capital's defense line.

"I'm looking forward to a tough game because Lazio has a strong team and is in very good shape. It will be a different game than Verona, but if the goal is scored after 10 minutes, everything will change," Allegri said on DAZN.

"Sarri is a great coach, he knows how to manage his team defensively and has a lot of good players who can create good situations with passing and counter-attacking. We both won Serie A at Juventus, But in terms of personality, Sarri and I are opposites."

The two coaches have completely different attitudes towards the style of play, with Allegri just wanting results and Maurizio Sarri wanting good football. The Biancoceleste coach did not hide his anger at playing the World Cup in the middle of a competition that forced them to leave domestic competition until January, but the Bianconeri coach was kinder.

"I'm a coach, if they let me play, we play, if they let me stop, we stop. We don't have the decision, we just need to get the best out of the team."

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