Emre Can: 'We still can improve a lot'
- German international believes his side still have a mountain to climb to achieve perfection
- He hails the team effort while admitting Juventus could have been much, much better
“The most important thing was that we won the game. We scored three goals, had chances to score more, but we won and I’m pleased,” the Germany international, who scored the Bianconeri’s second goal, told Sky Sport Italia.
“We wanted to play, so we moved the ball right to left, back and forward until we scored. We want to play more football like that and it was good tonight.
“We can improve in a lot of situations, when we press high, but we work for that every day in training. Of course, we can improve a lot.”
Juve eased to a confident 3-0 over Chievo Verona as Max Allegri's side have outpaced other competing sides in Serie A.
Douglas Costa was there to open the scoring for the hosts with a 20-yard strike to beat Chievo keeper Stefano Sorrentino, an advantage built upon by Paulo Dybala who set up Emre Can for a lazy finish.
Ronaldo then missed a chance to take the Old Lady even further from the penalty spot shortly after the break when Sorrentino denied his attempt.
Juventus ultimately found their third before full-time through a Daniele Rugani header from close range, finishing the business off and soaring 9 points clear from Napoli.