Graham Potter admits a last-gasp FA Cup exit was hard to take. But he believes Albion will reflect on a decent performance when the disappointment of defeat eases. The Seagulls went down to a single Kelechi Iheanacho goal in their fifth-round tie at Leicester City. A much-changed side had seemed set to go to an extra 30 minutes until they were punished for unusually poor defending at a corner in added time.
Graham Potter said: “We did a lot of things well but it’s hard to think about that because we are so disappointed to lose. I probably thought we were the better team over the 90 minutes. They had some really good substitutions but, even there, I thought we managed the game quite well. At the moment the feeling is one of disappointment because we lost. But also I feel positive about the performance the group. It was a quite young team so I think we will be happy with that as time goes on. At the moment we are just a bit sore because of the last-kick-of-the game defeat.”
Donate to Premier League Museum
#PLStories – #TomasSoucek reveals lonely experience of settling in English Weather issues as part of Loneliness Awareness Week #WHUFC
West Ham midfielder Tomas Soucek has spoken about the difficulties he faced settling into...
#PLStories – #StuartArmstrong reveals his confidence about prospects of #Scotland in #Euro2021 #SaintsFC
STUART Armstrong believes Scotland are "steadily getting better" and insists "it's all to play...
#PLStories – #TyroneMings agrees with #JoseMourinho about training facilities at Tottenham stadium #THFC
Aston Villa defender Tyrone Mings has joined Jose Mourinho in praising Tottenham’s training ground. The...
#PLStories – #IlkayGundogan reveals #CaglarSoyuncu was popular transfer for Manchester City #MCFC #LCFC
Both Chelsea and Manchester United are interested in Leicester City defender Caglar Soyuncu, who...
/ 3 days ago
Kieran Trippier has hinted England could make changes for their final Euro 2020 group...
Leaderboard is empty