Juventus coach dispels fears of Ronaldo's ban
"I think everyone on Tuesday celebrated in their own way. There were 42,000 fans at the stadium - they'd have to ban all of them. It (Ronaldo's celebration) does not seem to be anything special. We do not fear a ban, and there won't be one," Allegri said during a press conference on Saturday evening.
The seven-time defending champion leads the Serie A standings with an 18-point advantage over second-place Napoli with 11 league matches to go.
"Cristiano has played a lot of matches... He will also have two matches with his national team. It would be too much of a risk to make him play," Allegri added.
Since joining the Italian club from Real Madrid during the summer transfer window, Ronaldo has played a total of 36 matches.
Ronaldo, who has scored 19 Serie A goals this season, took part in the decision-making process, according to the coach.
The 34-year-old Ronaldo has been called up for Portugal's upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers against Ukraine and Serbia on March 22 and 25, respectively.