Juventus coach, Massimiliano Allegri says he does not care about breaking Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte’s Serie A record of 102 points.
Allegri said this ahead of his side crucial Serie A match against Atalanta on Wednesday night at the Allianz stadium in Turin.
“It’s important that we take all three points tomorrow, as the gap between ourselves and Napoli remains small at this stage. Atalanta will make for a tough match and we need to be prepared,” Allegri told reporters.
“Matuidi returned from injury quicker than expected so credit to our staff. There’s a 99.9% chance that Pjanić will be back in contention tomorrow.
“We’re top of Serie A, in the Coppa Italia final and in the Champions League quarter-finals, but we’ve not won anything yet and we need to keep working towards our targets.
“Napoli currently have 70 points and so they have the chance to reach 100 by the end of the season. That means we need to be aiming above the 100-point mark.
“If we’d need 81 points to win the league I’d be happy. I don’t care about breaking the record of 102 points [made by Conte]”.