Town midfielder admits to a disappointing second period after loss at Griffin Park
Cole Skuse has bemoaned a poor second-half performance following the Blues’ first away defeat of the season at Brentford.
Two goals in quick succession from John Egan gave the Bees all three points at Griffin Park, and Cole wasn’t happy with the way Town responded to going a goal behind.
“It was very much a game of two halves from our point of view,” he told Ipswich Player HD.
“In the first-half, obviously it was 0-0 at the break, but I thought we had good patches of play, we played in the right areas and when the ball broke, we got it down and created chances.
“In the second half we almost rolled over and conceded defeat, especially after the first goal, and there wasn’t really any oomph to get a goal back.
“Any time you concede the first goal, it isn’t great but it was avoidable. We’ve had a chat after the game, and we’re in tomorrow so we’ll have a look at it again to try to break it down.
“We can’t mull around for too long because we have to go again on Tuesday against Wolves.”
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