The Croatian boss replaced Davide Ballardini before the worldwide break for his third spell in charge of Genoa and he made an immediate impact as the Italian champions failed to record a victory for the first time in nine league games this season.
However, Allegri said at a news conference Friday that there is no reason to take Ronaldo out of the lineup and rest him for Saturday's clash with Genoa. He has helped the team and brought a big sense of responsibility, something that the team had before.
'Besides scoring goals, which he does best, he's also great at providing assists'. He has denied the accusations on Twitter, labelling it an "abominable crime" and that the claim is being made "by people seeking to promote themselves at my expense".
Meghan Markle compares pregnancy to jet lag
She also talked about how she does yoga daily, and how being pregnant was "like having jet lag without actually traveling". However, Meghan took a break from the Invictus Games events on Sunday morning though Harry watched a cycling competition.
"(Serie A)'s not boring", he said. "I don't see how they could lose the Scudetto without self-destructing".
"We played, from a certain point of view, with our heads in Manchester". It's not like this.
Meanwhile, Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri has hit out at his side, saying their draw against Genoa was down to their focus on the United game.
Juve are seven points clear of Napoli at the top of the table after nine matches, but that gap will be closed to four if Carlo Ancelotti's side win at Udinese.