Massimiliano Allegri has praised the display of his Juventus side against Inter Milan, and says not scoring was the only negative in their performance.
For the first time since August 2015, Juventus failed to score in a home game, playing a goalless stalemate against Inter Milan.
However, Allegri was quite pleased with how his men played, but hoped they could have scored to crown their efforts.
“Running is not the most important thing in football but it definitely helps. It allows you to bring your technical ability to the fore, and that’s what wins you games,” he said, via the club’s website.
“We played very well – perhaps even better than I imagined. We restricted the team that’s top of the league to very few chances indeed.
“Inter used up a lot of energy just trying to keep up with us and they were worn out by the end of the first half.
“There are certainly plenty of positives to take. The only thing lacking was a goal. We played well in the second half too.
“Inter have players who put in lots of crosses from out wide but we took the sting out of them by doubling up on the wings.”