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When Allegri was sent off by the referee, took off his jacket, tie and almost his shirt…

The drama involving the expressions and actions of Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri against Atalanta colored the final match of the Coppa Italia or Italian Cup 2023-2024. Juventus managed to seal the 2024 Coppa Italia title after beating Atalanta 1-0 via a goal from Dusan Vlahovic (4′) at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome on Wednesday (15/5/2024).

Furthermore, Vlahovic actually scored another goal with a header after receiving Cambiaso’s pass in the 73rd minute. However, Vlahovic’s goal was disallowed because he was judged to have been caught offside after seeing the replay via video assistant referee (VAR).

Drama occurred at the end of the match, to be precise around the 90+5 minute. Juventus coach Max Allegri seemed to lose his temper, taking off his jacket, tie and almost his shirt when he was sent off for protesting against the referee.

The tension was on the minds of Allegri, who took off his jacket in anger in the final stages of the match, as Juventus risked losing their slim lead. The coach was angry because referee Fabio Maresca did not immediately give a violation regarding the incident of pushing his player, Danilo, in the penalty area. Seeing this, Allegri then took off his jacket and shouted in front of the fourth match official on the side of the field.

The coach was angry because referee Fabio Maresca did not immediately give a violation regarding the incident of pushing his player, Danilo, in the penalty area. Seeing this, Allegri then took off his jacket and shouted in front of the fourth match official on the side of the field.

“At Juventus, winning is the most important thing. I am very happy for the players, they are doing a good job, making the club and the fans happy,” said Allegri to Sport Mediaset. “I’m very happy with tonight because it’s never easy to win, but it’s in Juventus’ DNA,” said Allegri.

The success in bringing Juventus to the Coppa Italia title made Allegri the most successful coach in the Coppa Italia event. Massimiliano Allegri became the first coach in history to won the Coppa Italia five times (overtaking Sven-Göran Eriksson and Roberto Mancini, both on four).

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