Davide Nicola confessed Udinese were “disappointing and misplaced too many passes” in the 4-1 defeat to Juventus.
The Friulani had won two games in a row, but the late Kevin Lasagna goal was the only time they ever genuinely threatened in Turin.
“It’s disappointing to have put in this performance, as we could’ve done so much more,” the Coach told Sky Sport Italia.
“We weren’t very well-organised, we were too naïve, didn’t read the situations well, were not aggressive enough and misplaced too many passes. Nonetheless, the team kept alert and got a goal out of it, something we hadn’t done away from home for a while.
“Now we must try to continue working on the very few positives that we saw today and try to improve in all areas. I feel my side above all lacks balance and I am trying to find the key.”