KP Boateng hails Maxi Allegri ahead of Sassuolo-Juventus clash

Paola Ditto
Settembre 16, 2018

Substitute Isco rescued a point for Madrid in the 63rd minute after Iker Muniain put Bilbao ahead 13 minutes before half-time.

Marcelo was adamant that the absence of Ronaldo, who joined Juventus in a £100million move in the summer, isn't affecting Real, and outlined that the club have coped with the departures of high-profile players in the past.

I think supporters also often remember Raul, Zidane.

"The draw is a bit disappointing", Marcelo added.

"He's very professional and always wants to win, even in the training games".

Marcelo was left frustrated by the draw and outlined that Real should have been more patient. We had a lot of the ball and created chances but it just wouldn't go in for us.

"Fortunately, we can now begin to play three games per week".

'After going behind, we tried to get on top quickly, but that's the way things go in football.

"We had a good time together, and he's grown so much, getting these results proves he's a great Coach".

Real now find themselves two points behind La Liga leaders Barcelona, who have won all four of their games so far.

Juve have named a strong line-up in their first match after the worldwide break despite their Champions League opener coming next week.

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri is convinced that striker Cristiano Ronaldo will score against Sassuolo on Sunday in the Serie A.

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