Juventus coach Max Allegri was left frustrated after their 1-1 draw with Torino.
Gonzalo Higuain snatched the equaliser in stoppages after Adem Ljajic had Toro ahead.
“We have to compliment both teams for a great game, and Juventus for playing so many matches this season," Allegri told Mediaset Premium.
“We created a great deal and lost some sharpness after the goal, as we were too frenetic even from the start. You need patience in certain situations.
“It's an important point, I am happy to get closer to the Scudetto. We needed four points to be mathematically sure, now it's three.
“Paulo Dybala had some cramp, which was normal in the circumstances and towards the end of the season. Tonight it was more of a psychological problem, as we didn't have the right determination or focus. It's natural after days of people telling us we would win the Treble and reach the Champions League Final.
“We got a point in difficult circumstances and for that must be happy. We were too frenetic to get the win and hopefully win the Scudetto this weekend, but there was no need to be in a rush. We've got time, we mustn't get ahead of ourselves, as that can lead you into mistakes.
“It's an important stage of the season and we need to keep our heads."