- Juventus boss Allegri was unsatisfied with his players after allowing AC Milan to force them to a draw earlier this week
- Goals from Alvaro Morata and Ante Rebic ensured both sides ended the game in a 1-1 stalemate on matchday four
- The Italian-born tactician was filmed storming off the pitch with unpleasant words for the players
Massimiliano Allegri was clearly left angry after Juventus shared spoils with rivals AC Milan in their fourth league game of the season.
The 54-year-old stormed off the pitch swearing and yelling at the players after their disappointing display that saw the visitors run off with a point at the end of the meeting.
Alvaro Morata opened the scoring for the home team just four minutes into the encounter through a solo effort after breaking loose from the midfield before heightening Mike Maignan in the end.
But, they failed to hold on to the early lead after allowing Ante Rebic to restore parity for the guests in the 76th minute and they both went away with a point each.
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What Allegri said after the game
And when he was asked about his players' performances after the game, the former midfielder told DAZN as reported by Sport Bible that:
"I'm angry tonight. We had a good first half, in the second half we risked losing it. Until the 1-1, we were in full control."
The result now puts the Old Lady in the 18th position after four games ahead of their next league game against Spezia on Wednesday, September 22 where they will be aiming for their first win.
What unwanted record did Juve set after 1-1 draw vs AC Milan
Legit.ng earlier reported that Juventus' worst start to the Serie A season continues following their 1-1 draw against AC Milan at Allianz Stadium on September 19.
A goal each from Alvaro Morata and Ante Rebic ensured both Italian League giants shared the spoils at the end of the meeting.
This is however their worst start for the Old Lady over 60 years as they currently sit 18th on the league table after four games without a win - they have drawn two and lost the remaining two.