Nottingham Forest head coach Sabri Lamouchi felt his side deserved something from the game following the defeat against Huddersfield Town.
The Reds created several chances during the game but gave themselves a tough task after going two goals behind.
Speaking after the match, Lamouchi said: “I am very disappointed because I think my players deserved a point and deserved to come back into the game. They tried in the second half but tonight is a story of corners, three corners and three goals.
“We started well, in the right way, and created some chances but we weren’t efficient. My team deserved to score first but it was not the case. It was the first corner, the second ball and then after the goal there was tension.
“We just need to focus on the game, calm down and try and put them under pressure.
“The second half started in the wrong way. The first corner, we lose the marking and when you are not efficient offensively and defensively, it is difficult.
“At one down it is not easy and at two down it is more difficult, but we tried until the end and created chances to come back into the game.
“It is a bad moment but the attitude was not so bad and we need to keep calm, work again, stay focused and not give anything for the opponents if you cannot score.”