Paco Alcacer lamented Borussia Dortmund's failure to take their chances as they were held to a goalless draw by Barcelona in the Champions League on Tuesday.
The former Barça striker, who failed to score in a game for the first time this season, assured that "we had chances to score but it wasn't to be."
However, he was happy with his side's performance: "We played well because we know how to play with space, even if we haven't had the same success (in front of goals) as in other games.
"Marco (Reus) wanted to score, but Marc (ter Stegen) stopped the penalty... This was a difficult game, but they all will be. Luckily, the other group game (between Inter and Slavia Prague) was a draw as well, which gives us a chance in terms of qualifying from the group."