- Max Allegri had to be escorted by cops after Juventus' 1-0 humiliating defeat against Monza on Sunday
- A video by TV Dello Sport showed Allegri being led through the gates at Stadio Brianteo with the cops surrounding him
- The Italian manager has come under fire in recent days after leading Juve to a frustrating run of form, with his side's latest defeat leaving him under immense pressure
- Juventus are currently placed eighth on the Serie A standings with 10 points, having picked just two wins and four draws
Juventus boss Max Allegri needed a police escort to escape irate fans after their defeat to minnows Monza.
The Old Lady has been in poor form since the start of the new season, with the Italian giants rooted in position eight on the standings.
Juve have managed just 10 points from seven outings this term, with their latest defeat at the hands of Monza piling more pressure on Allegri.
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The Sun reports the embarrassing loss came after Angel Di Maria was red-carded as newly-promoted Monza recorded their first-ever win in the Italian top-flight.
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Max Allegri given police escort after Monza loss
Reports in Italy claim that Allegri needed a police escort to escape the wrath of angry Juve supporters.
A video by TV Dello Sport appeared to show the Italian manager being led to his car by the cops who surrounded him as he walked through the gates towards the car park.
Allegri enjoyed a good reputation at the Allianz Stadium and is currently on his second stint at the Allianz Stadium, with his first coming between 2015 and 2019, when he won them five straight Serie A titles.
However, his second spell with Juve has not gone according to plan, leaving him under immense pressure from fans.
Controversial VAR decisions during Juventus vs Salernitana
Sports Brief earlier reported on the crazy Juventus game, which ended dramatically.
The league witnessed a controversial ending to the match punctuated with a mass brawl after Milik's goal was wrongly ruled out for offside.
The goal was ruled out because they thought defender Leonardo Bonucci was involved in active play while in an offside position.
Those decisions caused mayhem which saw three players and Massimiliano Allegri sent off.
Source: Sports Brief News