The Blaugrana made it back-to-back wins in Europe, a lot to the delight of their head coach
Barca bounced again in fashion from their Clasico defeat to Real Madrid on the weekend, with Ousmane Dembele and a stoppage-time Lionel Messi penalty making it back-to-back Group G wins.
Juve did not register a shot on course in opposition to the Catalan giants and, whereas impressed with how his aspect went about their enterprise, Koeman did really feel they need to have wrapped up the sport sooner than they finally did.
“This was our greatest sport all season,” he advised reporters. “This can be a massive win in opposition to an necessary European aspect and we had been capable of play the soccer we’re making an attempt to impose.
“I needed us to play with three on the again, pushing one man ahead to have additional in the midst of the pitch. That meant we created lots of aim possibilities and, frankly, I believe we must always have completed the match off a lot earlier.
“I am very content material with the soccer we performed, with the consequence and particularly with the character my staff confirmed.”
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Barca had been dominant all through, making 227 extra passes than Juve and having fun with 59 per cent of possession.
Sergi Roberto, who accomplished 94.5 per cent of his tried passes, says the efficiency lays down an ordinary they need to be striving to fulfill persistently.
“We wish to be a Barcelona aspect which dominates video games, which owns the ball, which defends properly and we’re getting there,” he stated. “We’ve got a brand new coach and it will enhance regularly.
“To have six factors from two video games is necessary. It is solely a two-goal win however it may have been far more.
“Some possibilities did not wish to go in however we’re typically content material. The very important factor is to be constantly creating these possibilities.”
Their subsequent league fixture comes on the street in opposition to Deportivo Alaves on Saturday.