Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat believes there would have been "no complains" if his side had won by a big margin on Sunday.
Victory came from 2-0 down at half time to secure a hard-fought 3-2 win against Wellington Phoenix at Westpac Stadium.
Muscat's side needed a late winner from James Troisi to do the job, but it could have been a completely different story had they taken their chances.
Victory were completely dominant in the second half, with chance after chance coming their way through a hapless Phoenix defence.
Berisha missed an open goal and Leroy George put a chance wide from inside the six-yard box, while the former also had a goal ruled out for offside and missed a one-on-one in the first half.
"If we had won 5-2 or 6-2 I don’t think there would have been many complaints. We had some really good chances," Muscat told Sky Sport NZ.
"Overall I thought it was an outstanding away performance."
He added: "I thought it was an unbelievable mental challenge tonight and I couldn’t fault the group for their efforts.
"[At half-time] the playing group had a decision to make – whether we maintain our belief and go on and try to get something out of the game.
"And I thought they answered that question unbelievably well."