By ESPNSTAR.com staff
El Shaarawy opened the scoring on the night to continue his recent run of goals, although it was cancelled out Daniele Gallopa's freekick shortly after, while De Sciglio had an impressive outing on the wing for the Rossoneri.
Speaking after the game, Allegri expressed his delight at the impact El Shaarawy had, even though he conceded they should have beaten Parma.
"El Shaarawy isn't even 20 yet, and so he is improving yet from last season," he said. "He has a great eye for goal, but also has great strength, stamina and pace too.
"We found space after the break to create chances. It wasn't a bad performance, but we did not manage it on a night we should have taken three points home comfortably."
De Sciglio, on the other hand, was lauded by club director Ariedo Braida, who believes he is an example of why the club should keep their faith in youth.
"De Sciglio is a humble boy, yet strong on a technical level," he said. "We need to focus on youth such as him, always patient and giving him time to grow.
"We have several promising young players who value their chances to make it on a professional level."
Milan are next in action on Wednesday when they take on Zenit St Petersburg in the UEFA Champions League.