Barcelona Griezmann: Barcelona didn’t knock on the door and that has to improve

Antoine Griezmann admits that Barcelona need to improve after their scoreless draw at Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday.
The Catalans were inferior on the night, and Marc-Andre ter Stegen had to save them by saving a Marco Reus penalty.
“He stopped a penalty and made other important saves,” Griezmann said after the game.
“We haven’t knocked on the door and we have to improve that.
“We have to work, but a point is a point.”
Barcelona‘s new-look attacking trident debuted competitively with Lionel Messi‘s introduction, and the Frenchman knows he needs to get up to speed.
“Obviously it’s the second month since I arrived,” he explained.
“I have to get used to catching up with the movements and they do to mine.
“We must stick together and work.”
All in all, though, Griezmann isn’t too disheartened by the point.
“A game away from home is different,” he added.
“People press harder and the opponents play with more confidence at home.
“In the end it’s hard for us to have chances, but that has to improve.”