David Wagner was left totally deflated following Huddersfield’s 1-0 defeat to Bristol City in the FA Cup, and said that the result is ‘very, very difficult to take’.
Huddersfield are rock bottom of the Premier League this season and are already eight points from safety having picked up just 10 points from their opening 21 games.
Today’s FA Cup tie against Championship side Bristol City offered a perfect opportunity to get back to winning ways, but as usual, they failed to find the back of the net and were duly dumped out.
Speaking after the game, Terriers boss David Wagner said that his side missed an opportunity to get the winning feeling back:
“The dressing room is quiet. We were not good enough,” Wagner told reporters.
“We had chances but didn’t hit the target and work the keeper. We were not good enough to win this game. It was a tight and even game but I expected more.
“It looked like one goal would decide the game. You saw what happens when you hit the target. We were in better positions in the game but didn’t hit the target.
“In our bid to stay up in the Premier League, this doesn’t help. We missed getting the winning feeling back. Nothing is better than the winning feeling.
“This is very, very difficult to take and deal with. We haven’t had a clean sheet in nine games.”