Tottenham manager Antonio Conte was happy to see his side create plenty of chances in their 0-0 draw with Frankfurt, insisting the goals will come on another day.
In search of a response to their north London derby disappointment, Spurs did everything but score in Germany, with just two of their 11 shots ending up on target, although few could have argued had they gone on to win the game.
While it wasn’t the ideal reaction, Conte was satisfied to see his side playing fluid football at the very least.
“The match was a good match,” he told BT Sport. “We played a match with great intensity, we didn’t allow them to play their football or press a lot in every area of the pitch.
“At the same time we have to be more clinical. We created many chances to score. At the end we are talking about a draw. It is a good draw because it is not easy to play away with the atmosphere. We played a good game but if you don’t score you don’t win.
“The most important thing for me is to create chances. There are moments you are more clinical, there are moments like in the game against Arsenal and today you create chances but make a mistake with the last pass.
“It is important to create chances, the game was good for us and we played with a great personality. We will see in one week, we have another game against them.”