Foul-mouthed Allegri screams "f*** sake, you play for Juve" as giants draw

Massimiliano Allegri ripped into his Juventus side on Sunday evening after the Old Lady slumped to a 1-1 draw against AC Milan.

Juventus failed to win their fourth consecutive Serie A clash, leaving them in 18th, just inside the relegation zone.

Alvaro Morata had initially put the Old Lady in the driving seat, but Milan rallied, and they were able to share the spoils through Ante Rebic's header.

Rebic's goal cemented Juventus's worst start in the Serie A since 1961.

And Allegri reportedly shouted: "F***'s sake, you are playing for Juventus," as he left the field after the full-time whistle.

However, Allegri had calmed down for his post-match interview: "Despite a good first-half, when we created chances and allowed Milan just one opportunity.

"We even risked defeat at the end of a game that had been under total control.

"Unfortunately, we lost that concentration, determination and focus. Just look at the corner where we conceded the goal, there was complacency.

"It’s not possible to give this game away after being in control. Evidently, we need to make more progress. A lot more."

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Juventus are yet to win this season.

Cristiano Ronaldo thought he had gifted Juventus three points on the opening day of the season against Udinese, but VAR ruled out the header.

Since Ronaldo's departure, Empoli and Napoli both claimed the scalp of Juve before Milan held them to a draw.

The Old Lady now face La Spezia on Wednesday as they look for their first victory.

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However, alarmingly for Juventus, they have only managed four goals this campaign.

With the departure of Ronaldo to Manchester United, it was hoped Paulo Dybala would step up, but it's been Morata who has been trying to fire Juve out of their slump.

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