Italy coach Roberto Mancini wanted more from his players after their 3-0 rout of Greece.
The visitors dominated the Euro 2020 qualifier in Athens, scoring all three goals in a 10-minute spell through Nicolò Barella, Lorenzo Insigne and Leonardo Bonucci.
“I don't think it was our best performance. The important thing is that we continued to improve, we did well from the first minute and put the match on the right track," Mancini told Rai Sport.
“The most important aspect now is why didn't we score a fourth goal in the second half? We should've pushed harder, at times sat back and should've converted some of the other chances.
“We risked conceding, as Greece nearly hurt us on the counter a couple of times."