Per­for­mance was good, if the re­sult wasn’t, says Dar­ren

Birmingham Post - - SPORT -

AL­BION boss Dar­ren Moore in­sisted Mon­day’s late equaliser had not left him feel­ing pig-sick.

“Ob­vi­ously you’re never too happy with goals that you con­cede,” he said.

“But I’m pleased with the per­for­mance. The anal­y­sis guys said we had 23 chances. I think we had 34 crosses in the game. When you read out stats like that, be­cause of the way the team have been since the start of the sea­son, you’d think it would be a win.

“But foot­ball is never like that and that’s why we love it. What­ever you pre­dict, it’s never that way. Just quickly analysing and feel­ing my stom­ach, I feel OK be­cause the per­for­mance was there.

“I asked the boys to work on things in train­ing and I think they did it. We wanted the win to keep our mo­men­tum.

“We could have been a bit more ruth­less, but I can’t com­plain be­cause the boys have been show­ing that.

“As long as we per­form like that, and be cre­ative like that and in­ven­tive with our play, we’ll win more than we lose or cer­tainly share the spoils.

“That’s the over­rid­ing emo­tion from the per­for­mance.”

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