The Bianconeri were pegged back to a 2-2 in Turin last night, their fourth draw in the last five games.
â€śWe came up against a very good Genoa side and tried to take the initiative, creating many chances, but at the same time allowed our opponents a few too many scoring opportunities,â€ť said the Coach.
â€śWe shouldâ€™ve avoided conceding that goal five minutes from the end. We tried to go a little deeper at that time and take advantage of the extra space, while we couldâ€™ve scored a third goal, but didnâ€™t manage it.
â€śInstead we conceded from a long ball against the run of play. We have to accept that, learn from it and move on.
â€śThe positive aspect is we are still unbeaten, but Iâ€™d have preferred to win two and lose two rather than earn those four draws.
â€śWe have had a strong start to the season, but also realise we have a long way to go. Donâ€™t forget where we came from. Anyone who has had success in football knows it doesnâ€™t come along overnight.â€ť