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Italian Serie A

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Juventus 'very angry' after draw at Roma, says Max Allegri

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri expressed his disappointment after his side was unable to hold on to the lead to beat AS Roma.

Massimiliano Allegri says Juventus are "very angry" after only managing a 1-1 draw against Roma's 10 men on Monday night in their Serie A showdown.

Juventus maintained their nine-point advantage at the top of the table, but it seemed like two points dropped after Seydou Keita was able to equalise following Vasileios Torosidis's dismissal.

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Allegri said he was unhappy with the way Juventus played in the final 20 minutes, when significant attempts to find a winner were few and far between.

"It is...

 By Ben Gladwell

Sleepy stalemate keeps Juventus' Serie A lead over Roma intact

Carlos Tevez's free kick gave Juventus a lead that was quickly erased by a Seydou Keita equaliser.

ROME -- Three quick thoughts from Roma's 1-1 draw with Juventus at the Stadio Olimpico on Monday night.

1. Drab draw

While the first meeting between the two sides in Serie A this season was a spectacular affair, even without the controversies and conspiracies, Monday night's meeting miserably failed to hit the spot before a red card for Vasileios Torosidis brought some life to proceedings.

Even lovers of tactics would have been left disappointed because, quite frankly, there was little of...

 By Richard Hall

Inter Milan need more from ineffective Podolski, Kovacic

Lukas Podolski is the first German to play at Inter Milan in 22 years.
Loaned from Arsenal in the winter window, Podolski has been a disappointment at Inter thus far.

Mohamed Salah's strike made the difference between Inter and Fiorentina on Sunday evening. The in-form winger gave his side an important away win and showed that once again he could turn a game for the Viola.

The Milanese club could only look on as two of their potential difference-makers didn't step up to the mark. Lukas Podolski and Mateo Kovacic have failed on numerous occasions this season to adapt to the playing style of Roberto Mancini.

Inter and Fiorentina approached the game with confidence...