The Juventus manager says he’s very happy after Cristiano Ronaldo scored the only goal in the Supercoppa Italiana victory today.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored the only goal so Juventus could beat AC Milan in the Supercoppa Italiana tonight in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
And for Massimiliano Allegri, this was the reason the Italian Lega Serie A club paid €112 million to Real Madrid to buy him.
“We signed Cristiano Ronaldo because he is decisive and scores big goals,” Allegri was quoted by Four Four Two.
“He scored a great goal and moved very well, but the whole team put in a good performance.”
“There were a few too many counter-attacks – we should’ve had more moves like the [Paulo] Dybala disallowed goal,” he added.
“Instead, we kept trying to move it around too quickly and allowed Milan some counters, forcing us to sprint back.”
“I admire above all the spirit and professionalism of this team, as those who came off the bench even if only for a few minutes had the right attitude and determination to make a difference,” Allegri added.
“That’s what we need going forward this season.”