Massimiliano Allegri paid tribute to depart heroes Giorgio Chiellini and Paulo Dybala, whose Turin farewells ended in a 2-2 draw against Lazio.
The first half was a celebration, with Dusan Vlahovic lifting the home 1-0 to 10 minutes before Alvaro Morata doubled his profit in 36 minutes.
Alex Sandro’s own goal put an end to a tense match, however, before Sergej Milinkovic-Savic scored a stunning equalizer in the 96th minute to make it a nightmare at Allianz Stadium.
Despite seeing his side caught at home, Allegri only wanted to focus on the influence of Chiellini and Dybala on the Bianconeri.
“Tonight was a beautiful, emotional night – the night of Chiellini and Dybala,” she told Sky Sport Italia.
“One stops and gives a lot to world football, because of the enthusiasm and passion for the job. A few Chiellini videos should be posted on Coverciano [Italy’s largest youth training center] to show how defensive he is.
“Personally and personally, he left me a lot when I came to Juventus, he introduced me to Juventus and helped me.
“Paulo Dybala has been an important player for seven years, I raised him because he was young and the fans respected him accordingly.
“He grew up a lot, he came at a young age, he won a job. He did great things and I wish him well. There were so many emotions that I think talking about something is of little benefit.”
Touching on the team’s future, Allegri has pointed to an exciting internal development, as well as his theory of what is needed at various stages of the season.
“The ideas are clear, then the market can be developed in a variety of ways,” he said.
“We have to start again this year – many will improve like Vlahovic and [Denis] Zakaria.
“[Fabio] Miretti played with personality and looked up, which drove me crazy. Morata played a good game, good foundations are there.
“The games that run in October go from rhythm to October to March, when I was a kid I used to say that when daisies bloom they are beautiful and you need talented players.
“Players have to be selected when they are fast, in order to win they have to be fast and very talented.”