United boss reflects on Tuesday's defeat at Ashton Gate...
United boss Garry Monk was left feeling hard done by after seeing his side edged out in a 1-0 defeat away to Bristol City on Tuesday evening.
United had several good opportunities to take something from the game – notably from Hadi Sacko and Chris Wood, who were both denied by City ‘keeper Frank Fielding – but Marlon Pack’s second-half strike was enough to seal the three points for the hosts
“Our performance deserved more than what we got tonight - we had the better of the chances by far,” said Monk. “I thought our performance warranted at least a point.
“We had the best clear-cut chances but we didn’t always make the right decisions in the final third and that’s where we need to be more clinical.
“But we can’t be too disheartened – we have to learn our lessons from this and bounce back quickly.
“We’re disappointed with the result but we’re not going to get too down about the performance.
“We’re growing all the time – the players are still going and picking up new ideas – and we win and lose together.”