Bologna boss Filippo Inzaghi felt that his sides’ mistakes proved costly against Europe’s team in Juventus
The Rossoblu arrived at Turin hoping to emulate last weekend’s victory over AS Roma, which saw them end a four-game winless run.
But Bologna were easily taken care of by Juventus with goals from Paulo Dybala and Blaise Matuidi sealing the Serie A leaders a 2-0 win.
“We can’t concede two goals like that, let alone give them to Juventus,” Inzaghi told the club website.
“It was a difficult match, but we tried. Then [Paulo] Dybala scored a great goal. In the second half we had two or three counter-attacks where we could have re-opened it, but when you’re playing against the best team in Europe these things can happen.
“We had some good counter-attacks, even though we suffered too much. In the second half, we were trying to stay in the game, and I also switched to two strikers to try and shake things up.
“If you’d offered me three points from these two games against Roma and Juventus, I’d have taken it.”
Bologna will next face Udinese on Sunday in the Serie A.