ALLEGRI RUES DROPPED POINTS
AC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri admitted his team dropped two costly points against Bologna on Sunday in the title race.
With Juventus in action later on Sunday night, Milan could find themselves three points off the pace after a 1-1 draw at the San Siro.
Allegri took little consolation from Zlatan Ibrahimovic's late equaliser, which came after Milan had been reduced to 10 players with eight minutes remaining.
"We should have taken the points," Allegri said. "We made many mistakes in the first half and we did better in the second half but unfortunately, we weren't able to win.
"In our last two home games, we have dropped five points and this is disappointing.
"If Juventus win tonight they have a great chance to win the Scudetto, otherwise, things will remain as they are."
Milan host Genoa on Wednesday while Juventus visit basement-dwellers Cesena in midweek.
"We have to win our next game regardless of what Juventus do," Allegri said. "We
face a very difficult game against Genoa on Wednesday and we must prepare.
"We will not give up the fight and if Juventus finish ahead of us in the standings by May 13, then they will be worthy of the Scudetto."
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