Massimiliano Allegri denies reports of dressing room spat at Juventus

Massimiliano Allegri denies reports of dressing room spat at Juventus

Massimiliano Allegri denies reports of dressing room spat at Juventus

With just one point between second-placed Napoli and League leaders Juventus, the Maurizio Sari-led Napoli team will be seeking to end the Old Lady's 6-year dominance of the Italian Serie A this weekend when they face Fiorentina away, while the Turin giants will face Inter Milan at the San Siro.

Juventus were given a taste of their own medicine when they were beaten by a 90th-minute goal at home by Napoli nine days ago, cutting their lead to one point and re-igniting the race.

But Juve produced the sort of fightback which has demoralised their rivals so often in the past, scoring twice in the last five minutes to snatch a 3-2 win with the help of a deflected goal and a set-piece header from Gonzalo Higuain.

Matias Vecino was sent off in the 18th minute for Inter, who led 2-1 with less than five minutes remaining.

"It was a wonderful evening of football between two teams who needed to win and went all out", Allegri told Sky Italia.

According to Corriere della Sera, Buffon said: "It's important for us to have you here".

'We didn't stop to greet you against Napoli because we were too angry, we went to talk with our opponents because it is our habit to do so, win or lose.

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Juventus thought they had scored a second just before half-time but the video assistant referee (VAR) showed Blaise Matuidi was offside when he found the net.

A trademark late Juventus victor was in the air and it materialised when Paulo Dybala floated over a free kick and Higuain, who had earlier missed two good chances, powered in a header in the 89th minute.

Earlier, Roma hardly noticed having a man dismissed as they beat visiting Chievo 4-1 with a brace from Edin Dzeko helping them strengthen their hold on third place.

Eusebio Di Francesco's side are three points ahead of Lazio who play Torino on Sunday with Inter staying a further point back in fifth. It was tough even though they played with 10 men after the 15th minute.

Monaco's stalemate leaves it winless in three matches, while Marseille visits Angers Sunday as the two sides fight it out with Lyon for two Champions League spots behind champions Paris Saint-Germain.

Inglese headed in a late consolation goal for Chievo, but they remain two points above the drop zone. "We could have scored more but we got the win, and that's the main thing".

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