Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri said he was not too concerned about his side's first defeat at home in Serie A since January 2013 on Sunday.
A 1-0 loss to Udinese at the Juventus Stadium was not the ideal start to a season in which the Bianconeri hope to win a fifth straight Scudetto.
However, Allegri is refusing to panic, insisting just a little more sharpness is needed from his Juve team.
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"We did what we had to do for 70 minutes, only really failing to get a goal," Allegri is quoted as saying...