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Juventus coach Max Allegri was upbeat after their Champions League defeat at Paris Saint-Germain.

Kylian Mbappé scored twice in the opening 22 minutes PSG before Weston McKennie’s goal in the second half as the hosts won 2-1.

“We played a good game, it’s a wasted chance, we had to be more clear-headed in the final minutes,” Allegri told Canale 5.

“We had to create more chances on the left, we didn’t do it enough. We could have been dangerous in those situations with McKennie wide on the right. We must improve, it’s a wasted chance.

“(Dusan) Vlahovic played a good game, we know we must improve and we are working on this. We are waiting for the return of a few players, which is a good thing for Juventus.

“Sometimes we risked, they have the quickest strikers in the World, but we defended better in the second half and we must continue to improve.”

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On Mbappe’s early brace, Allegri said: “What’s difficult is when you don’t have the ball, sometimes we got distracted in the first half. We had more courage in the second half. We played a good game, but we must be annoyed by the result.

“We wanted to be more aggressive, Messi and Neymar play very well when they come deep to collect the ball, so it was difficult to catch them and we had to slow down a bit.

“We have a few players out with specific physical and technical qualities. I had to adapt McKennie on the right.”

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