Peter Reid was thrilled for his Mumbai City FC side as they forced a 0-0 draw with FC Goa in the Hero Indian Super League on Monday.
The clean sheet was Mumbai's fifth in a row as they extended their unbeaten streak to five matches following some weak defensive efforts in three of their first four fixtures.
Despite it being a scoreless draw, Reid felt his players were decent up front but just could not finish the chances they created.
"If it was a dour 0-0, I wouldn't know where to turn," Reid said after the draw. "But we created chances, we just didn't put them away.
"You won't believe this - in training, the finishing is fantastic. It's absolutely fantastic. But, in the pressure of the game, at this moment, we're not delivering.
"Overall, I was delighted with the players, delighted with the effort. I was disappointed with just one thing - not finishing off the chances."
"At this moment in time, we're the hardest team to beat in the league."
Mumbai City, who are fifth on the ISL table, next take on second-placed Chennaiyin FC on November 23, as second-bottom Goa get set to host fourth-placed Pune City the day before.
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