Monday March 12 2012
Allegri's Milan two-point average

Milan have been the most productive team in Serie A since Massimiliano Allegri took charge of the Rossoneri, say the statistics.

The Diavolo have taken control of this season’s championship and the Corriere dello Sport has pointed out their supremacy since Allegri replaced Leonardo in the summer of 2010.

In the 65 League games since the former playmaker took charge, his side have totalled 139 points in the League at an average of 2.14 points a game.

During that time, they have won 41 games, drawn 16 and lost just eight. To put that into some perspective, Juve have drawn 14 of their 27 games this term.

Milan have thus collected 23 more points than Inter and Napoli, as well as 28 more than the Old Lady of Italian football.