Juventus coach Max Allegri had mixed emotions after their 1-1 draw with Napoli.
Federico Chiesa’s deflected strike cancelled out the Dries Mertens opener.
“It was a head-to-head for position and Napoli were missing four first choice players, we were missing six last time, so these things happen,” Allegri told DAZN.
“We had the chances to take the lead, but were a little imprecise and hasty in the final third. We got back on level terms and then were hasty again.
“We have to see this in positive terms, as a point gained. I’d like to see more calm and focus in the final third, but some of it is also to do with the characteristics of the players.
“Napoli have some excellent passers, we have some areas where we need to improve, but overall it was a good performance.”
He added: “The lads were aggressive, focused, we just need to improve that aspect where we have the game in hand and can be patient. We shouldn’t keep going for the long ball or trying to rush our way forward, it’s about passing and getting there.”
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