Bristol City boss Keith Millen admitted his side allowed Swansea City to dictate the game last night as they won 2-0 at Ashton Gate.
Millen said his players’ confidence dropped after the first goal, as Swansea controlled the first half, and the second goal was ‘criminal’ as Pratley scored from a yard out.
‘We let a very good passing side dictate the game,’
‘We didn’t keep our shape well enough and when we had the ball, our lack of confidence affected our passing.
‘It was a soft goal to give away on ten minutes and once that went in the confidence just drained from every one of them.
‘The way we conceded the second goal, from a set-piece, was criminal. That’s the most annoying part of the game.’
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