Blues defender, Christophe believes that Town could have got something from Craven Cottage, but needed to be more clinical
Christophe Berra believes that Town did have the chances to pull themselves back into the game against Fulham, but ultimately the Whites were too strong on the day.
The defender grabbed a consolation in stoppage time to ensure the scoreline finished 3-1, but he would like to see the Blues finish the season by converting draws into wins.
"It could have been 2-2 ten minutes into the second-half, we had two or three great chances," he told Ipswich Player HD.
"That's football. Sometimes they go for you, sometimes they don't but we have five games to go and we have to give it our all.
"The boys tried their best today, but Fulham are a good team in a good place at the moment, like we have been in the past.
"I think that's our second defeat in 11 or 12 games, which on paper is not a bad record, but we've only won two and drawn eight or nine.
"Usually we're a tough team to beat and we came here, tried to go man-for-man with them but Fulham, especially their full-backs, were at it today so it's something we can learn from."
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