Juve coach Allegri, whose side take on Monaco in the second leg of their Champions League semi-final on Tuesday, was in upbeat mood after the game but acknowledged his side lacked composure in their attacking play.
"But that's football. Sometime you create lots of chances and come away with nothing, or the contrary can happen".
"We're all happy. They all played well, more or less".
Said the German: "The derby is a kind of match-point for us".
Cue "expensive donkey" Gonzalo Higuain popping up and beating Joe Hart right at the death.
Having hit both of Juve's goals at the Stade Louis II last week, Allegri said of the Argentine: "He's in great form at the moment".
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Aldridge finally showed up in a big way for the Spurs: 26 points on 12-of-20 shooting, to go along with 7 rebounds and 4 blocks. The supporting cast is what has won them the first game in convincing fashion, but were relegated to the spectators position.
On Saturday May 6, 2017 at 21:45, in the central match of the 35th round of the regular Italian championship Serie A, in which two Turin teams Juventus and Torino, measure strength at the stadium "Juventus". "I have a squad that permits me to make a few changes".
Asked if he would consider the 23-year-old, Allegri replied: "We have Higuain".
Striker Andrea Belotti, a reported target for Manchester United and Chelsea, is battling Roma striker Edin Dzeko for the coveted "Capocanoniere" top scorer's award. Only Roma's Edin Dzeko matches his 25 league goals this season and Manchester United are the latest team to be linked with the Italy global, who is reportedly valued around £85million.
It remains to be seen how the Giallorossi react on the pitch, but with Milan desperately needing a win to boost their Europa League qualifying hopes Luciano Spalletti's visitors can ill afford to drop points.
In the earlier game, Dries Mertens celebrated his 30th birthday by scoring twice for Napoli in a 3-1 win over Cagliari, taking his tally for the season to 30 goals in all competitions.