Watch Massimiliano Allegri given POLICE ESCORT back to his car after Juventus’ shock loss at minnows Monza | The Sun

MASSIMILIANO ALLEGRI was given police escort back to his car after Juventus fell to a shock defeat to minnows Monza.

The under-fire manager has seen his side endure a poor start to the Serie A season, which has been compounded by an equally bad European campaign.

The humiliating defeat came after Angel Di Maria was sent off as newly-promoted Monza recorded their first ever victory in this division.

The loss means Juventus are eighth in the table going into the international break.

Allegri was led back to his car by police after the loss, a video by TV Dello Sport appears to show.

Italian cops surround the gaffer as he walks through gates towards the car park.


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The 55-year-old is a man under pressure with sections of the Juve support appearing to revolt.

While Allegri won 5 Serie A titles in a row between 2015 and 2019, his return in 2021 has not gone to plan.

They finished last season 16 points behind champions AC Milan, and crashed out of Europe in a surprise two-legged defeat to Villarreal.

The loss against Monza – which Di Maria claimed responsibility for – followed a dramatic 2-2 draw with Salernitana that was marred by VAR drama.

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Allegri, Juan Cuadrado and Arkadiusz Milik were all sent off in stoppage time as the Old Lady were controversially denied a winner in a madcap finale.

Problems are also brewing in Europe as Juventus followed up defeat to PSG with a loss at home to Benfica.

The result leaves the Italian club's prospects of getting out of their Champions League group looking bleak.

It also means Juve have only won one of their last 7 games in all competitions.

Serie A was turned on its head on Sunday as along with Juventus losing, Inter, AC Milan and Roma also fell to defeat.

It's the first time all four sides have lost on the same day since February 13, 1955.

Jose Mourinho's Roma lost to an impressive Atalanta side, with the boss being dismissed as his furious calls for a penalty were denied.

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