Freddy says Blues should have found an equaliser in the second half at Wycombe
Freddy Eastwood says Blues had enough chances to get something from the game at Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday.
Blues were the better side for much of the game and created a number of opportunities in a dominant second half, but they failed to convert.
Freddy says there’s enough quality in the squad to convert one of the chances that was created.
He said: “I think when we look back at the game and see the chances that we created, we should have won the game.
“They came away winning 2-1 in the end because we just couldn’t get ourselves back in the game despite all the chances.
“If we had scored from one of those chances to make it 2-2 then I am pretty sure we’d have gone on to win the game because we were on top but it just didn’t happen.”
Freddy was also disappointed with the start Blues made. Dean Morgan’s seventh minute goal seemed to spark Phil Brown’s side into life.
He added: “It shouldn’t take a goal from the other team to get us going. We’ve started well in all our games so far this season but we didn’t on Saturday.
“We tried to play in the wrong areas and then we fell behind to a set piece. We conceded too many set pieces over the course of the game and they cost us.
“We responded really well to going a goal behind, but it shouldn’t be the case that we only start playing after conceding.
“We’re obviously really disappointed, especially for the fans who made it feel like a home game at times. We’ve got two home games coming up now to put things right.”