Nottingham Forest boss Steve Cooper has highlighted where his side fell short last night in the 1-0 defeat at home to Burnley.
The Reds were poor for their usual standards, failing to even register one shot on target throughout the entirety of the game.
With both sides struggling, it looked as though the game was heading for penalties, but a catalogue of errors saw Zeki Amdouni pounce and fire home in the 90th minute securing the win.
In his post-match interview, boss Cooper wasted no time in admitting that his side were below par.
Cooper blasts lack of rhythm in Forest performance
Speaking to BBC Radio Nottingham after the game yesterday, Cooper admitted his side simply weren’t good enough.
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“We kept giving the ball away like we did without showing any rhythm in our play.
“We were never going to create any chances playing like that.
“Obviously, we didn’t cover ourselves in glory with the goal we conceded and we lost the game just like that.
“I’ve just said to the boys we can’t look any further than ourselves because we fell short with our individual performances, well short.”
Cooper’s Forest have a chance to rectify the defeat as they travel to face Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, on Saturday afternoon.