Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri shouts during the Italian Serie A soccer match between Sampdoria and Juventus at the Luigi Ferraris stadium in Genoa, Italy, Sunday, March 19, 2017. (Luca Zennaro/ANSA via AP)
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Massimiliano Allegri hailed an "important step forward" as jittery Juventus edged closer to a record sixth consecutive scudetto with a precious 1-0 win at Sampdoria Sunday.A superb header from Juan Cuadrado on seven minutes gave Juventus the early advantage, until the loss of playmaker Paulo Dybala to a flexor muscle problem on 27 minutes changed Allegri's gameplan.Lemina's first task was to head clear a dangerous Quagliarella ball into the area, but Allegri erupted 12 minutes from the end when Dani Alves came off worst in a fair challenge with Vasco Regini.The Juve coach said a little more aggression from his own players would not go amiss.Juventus beat Milan 2-1 in a fiery encounter last week.Fiorentina remain eighth although Paulo Sousa's men are just seven points behind Inter.
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