The Switzerland star voices his frustration with the Bianconeri's failure to capitalise on numerous goalscoring chances in the Danish capital in their Champions League opener
The Serie A champions created numerous chances against the Danish side after Fabio Quagliarella's equaliser, yet goalkeeper Johan Wiland pulled off a number of superb saves to help the hosts to a hard-fought draw in the capital.
"Of course we wanted to win the game. We cannot be satisfied with only one point here in Copenhagen. We needed to win a game like this. It is hard to travel back to Italy with only one point in the suitcase after having wasted all these great opportunities," Lichtsteiner told Uefa's official website.
"We came back and got the one point. In the first half, we were below par but, in the second half, we played very well. We had two big chances in the first half and then even more in the second – four, five or six big chances.
"It is important for us to play our game. We did that in the second half, but their goalkeeper did very well.
"It was a nice game to play in a good atmosphere. They were happy with the 1-1. For us it was important to win. We didn't, so we cannot be satisfied."
Wednesday's other Group B encounter, between Galatasaray and Real Madrid, ended in a 6-1 win for the Spanish giants.