Massimiliano Allegri was pleased with how Juventus sealed their win over Manchester United but feels his side are still making too many mistakes.
Juve sealed a 1-0 win over Jose Mourinho’s Reds in the Champions League on Tuesday as Paulo Dybala scored the only goal of the tie in the first half.
"It was a good team performance and we deserved the victory," Allegri said to Sky Sport Italia.
"We won a lot of balls in the air, Alex Sandro played it simple and did very well in defence. We controlled the tempo in the first half and had chances to score more goals, getting the final or penultimate pass wrong, but the build-up was largely correct.
"Naturally we can play without Mandzukic, someone has to get into the box. It was important against Manchester United to keep the ball to ground and attack around Nemanja Matic.
"We still make too many mistakes on the final ball, as we had so many more chances and half-chances that we didn't develop properly. A couple of times it was the player with the ball, another couple it was the player who didn't peel away from his marker to reach the space."