Dean Smith has spoken of his ‘disbelief’ following Aston Villa’s shock 3-2 defeat to Burnley. The head coach lambasted his players’ concentration levels and the lack of a clinical edge as Sean Dyche’s men fought from behind twice to win it with 11 minutes left.
Dean Smith said: “The word I’ve used is disbelief. At half-time we should have been out of sight with the chances we created. We didn’t actually start the game well in the first 10 minutes. We had a number of chances there and we should have been three goals up at half-time and it would have been game over. I’ve just said to the players it’s a difficult league to win in and we have just thrown away three points there today with some really poor defending and general basic errors really.”
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