Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock has said that his team have no one to blame but themselves following their 1-0 loss to Swansea earlier today.
The Bluebirds lost out thanks to a Ben Wilmot strike in the first-half. Despite coming back into the game during periods of the second-half, Cardiff could not find a way back into the game and lost further ground on the play-off chasing pack.
However, Warnock insisted that his team needed to be better in important moments in order to win the game.
“It was a really poor goal, so we’ve only got ourselves to blame. It knocked us back a little bit and our passing let us down when we had really good opportunities,” Warnock told the club’s official website.
“In the second half, when we got good possession, we picked the wrong pass and the goalie’s made a few good saves. That’s what derbies are won and lost on.”
The loss meant that Cardiff slipped back to 14th in the table over the weekend as teams around them picked up three points.
Warnock will be hoping to see an improvement next week and following the international break. He will also hope to have the likes of Junior Hoilett and Lee Tomlin back, who missed out today through injury.