Juventus' forward Paulo Dybala from Argentina (L) attends a training session on the eve of the UEFA Champions League football match Juventus Vs Sporting CP Lisbona on October 17, 2017 at the 'Juventus Stadium' in Turin. / AFP / MARCO BERTORELLO
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Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri insisted Tuesday that the Serie A champions were not in crisis despite recent setbacks.Italian title winners in the last six seasons, Juventus lost to Lazio Saturday – a first home defeat in over two years – to trail leaders Napoli by five points.But Allegri said morale was buoyant ahead of a key Champions League clash at home against Sporting Lisbon Wednesday.Juventus are level on three points in Group D with Sporting – who have never won in Italy – with Barcelona leading after winning their opening two games, 3-0 over the Italians and 1-0 over the Portuguese.
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