Neves believes that the wolves paid a heavy price for their mistakes.
midfielder Ruben Neves believes his side should learn from the 3-3 draw against Brighton.
The Wolves completely dominated the game in the first half and managed to finish the first 45 minutes with a result of 3-1. However, the second half did not go well for them and 11 seconds after the start of the second half, they gave the opponent a penalty and finally the work was drawn and the points were divided. Now Neves warned his teammates that they should learn from yesterday's game.
“It’s our responsibility. Great job on the first half, but a Premier League team cannot start the second half like we did,”
he told club's official website.
“No excuses, totally our responsibility. We need to take it, to think about it, it’s about learning and going for the next one.
“We’ve been told this during all the season: we cannot start the second half like we did.
“In the first minute (of the second half) we conceded a goal, it’s completely the opposite to what we spoke about in the dressing room at half-time.
“It’s about growing and thinking about what we did bad.”