1211 GMT November 13, 2019
Juve turned in great performance in Turin and deservedly took the lead when former Real man Alvaro Morata tapped in the rebound from Carlos Tevez's initial saved shot. Cristiano Ronaldo made it 1-1 by the break when he nodded in James Rodriguez's superb cross, but Tevez's second-half penalty ensured a 2-1 victory for Juve, foxsports.com reported.
It could have been even better for Juve had Llorente headed home a great opportunity in injury time from Andrea Pirlo's pinpoint free kick.
"I'm sorry because we could have won 3-1, we could have done better with the final chance of Llorente," Allegri told Sky Sport Italia. "But I would have settled for beating Real Madrid 2-1 before the match and getting ahead before Madrid. Now we have to prepare, do well and get to the final."
Allegri believes that Juve has been rewarded for a series of mature displays in reaching the final four, and was happy with the way his team pressed the ball throughout.
"Playing a game like that against Real is extraordinary," he added. "We conceded very little and played with great intensity. Whatever happens, in this Champions League we have played with great maturity. I thank the players."