Beppe Iachini believes Mattia Perin prevented his Palermo from beating Genoa, and praised Paulo 线上足球投注ta-scayt_word=”Dybala” data-scay澳门外围投注tid=”5″>Dybala.
The Rosanero fought out a 1-1 draw at Marassi, , and the Grifone's 'keeper denying the Sicilians on a number of occasions.
“We came here to dictate the game, and we weren’t far short of bring all three points home,” Iachini lamented to Sky after the game.
“It’s the story of our season, we don’t reap what we sow. The last 15 minutes of the first half were poor, we have to use the ball better but that was the only time we suffered.
“We had chances, but bad luck and some miracles from Perin stopped us taking the lead.
“As for Paulo Dybala, he’s grown a lot as a player, and can continue to do so if we keeps working with humility.
“He’s improved a lot both in terms of technique and in a physical sense.
“Well done to him, but we have to do better in terms of solidity.”
Iachini has survived a difficult start to the season, with the former Sampdoria Coach avoiding being shown the door by notoriously trigger-happy Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini.
The Rosanero tactician is quick to credit Zamparini for the team’s turnaround in fortunes.
“The turnaround? The credit goes to the President. At a difficult time the President gave confidence to the coaching staff, believing in us and the players.
“We have worked in the best way, always looking to grow. My players know they have to keep improving, because the potential is there in a big way.
“How did I manage to avoid being sacked by Zamparini? Well, we’ve known each other for a long tim网络外围投注e.
“Last year we won a great title [Serie B], beating many records. That’s why he had confidence in us.
“These lads deserve that trust, and deserve to be higher in the table.”