"We didn’t really create anything like the kind of chances we had done in the first half." the boss said, explaining that the team have passed up their chances in the first half.
regrets the poor goalNottingham Forest
conceded in the match against Luton which resulted in a 1-0 win for the opponents.
Nottingham Forest dominated the pitch over the first half but failed to take the chances to score whileLuton
managed to turn the match into a win.
Nottingham's boss talked about the team's performance and said:
"We started the game well and had really good chances. Of course, if you go through a period of the game and don’t take those chances, you know the opposition will have some of their own.
“We were disappointed that, after they had scored, we didn’t really create anything like the kind of chances we had done in the first half.
“It is the same story again – if you do not put your chances away, we are playing against good teams who will fight for 90 minutes and you end up having to look at the goal you concede and pick the bones out of it."
He admitted that the goal his side conceded was poor and said:
“What we have found it very difficult to do is have those comfortable games where we take our chances and go into half-time winning 2-0, knowing it is down to the opposition to come at us.”
, Luton coach, was however quite satisfied with the performance of his first-team and said:
"Going into half-time at 0-0 was really important for us. We knew we could play better.
“In the second half we were brilliant. We came out, we passed the ball better, we scored a brilliant goal and had other opportunities, against a really good Forest team."
“It was a brilliant night for us, all round.”
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