The coach conceded that his side reached the last four of the Champions League with a very unattractive style of play, but has no regrets.
Massimiliano Allegri has defended Juventus' unattractive style in Wednesday's Champions League clash with Monaco, stating they were willing to do anything to get into the Champions League semi-finals.
The Bianconeri had not reached the last four of the European competition in 12 years and took no risks in Wednesday's quarter-final second leg by shoring up their defence as they held Monaco to a stalemate at the Stade Louis II, winning 1-0 on aggregate.
The result puts them in the last four where they will meet one of Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Real Madrid, and Allegri made no apologies for the way his team played to get there.
"The objective was simply to reach the semi-finals," he told Mediaset Premium. "We might not have played very attractive football, but itís difficult to take on Monaco and we made many technical mistakes.
"I think it was a good performance defensively, as we allowed almost nothing to Monaco. At the end of the day, the result counts for more than the performance.
"We knew that we had to score to be sure and had two chances before the break where we couldíve done better. We didnít make the most of other opportunities, but we also ran very few risks in defence."
Juve now await Friday's semi-final draw and Allegri does not expect to be using anything like the same tactics he deployed to see off les Rouges et Blancs.
"These are the three biggest teams in Europe," the former AC Milan boss added. "I can definitely guarantee it will be a completely different game against any of these sides than with Monaco."