The Bianconeri dominated play before the break for long periods and in spite of a poor second half where the side struggled with ten men late on, they managed to secure a last second 2-1 win in the Derby della Mole.
“The win tonight makes up for the defeat against Genoa, perhaps a draw was a more just result but sometimes football brings back what it previously took away from you,” he told Sky Sport Italia post match.
“The team put in a strong first half, we conceded a poor goal, it is difficult [for a coach] to see a player running 70 metres before scoring.
“In the second half we were not as good as we usually are, after they equalised it became a difficult game.
“Torino play a style where they open up the field and make it more difficult [for the opposition].
“It is worth noting that the players always believed [in themselves] until the very end.”