Gary Caldwell was left frustrated after his side’s performance in the Grecians’ 1-0 loss away at Portsmouth.
A second half strike from was the difference between the two sides in Hampshire but City threatened late on, with Pierce Sweeney having a late header fantastically saved by the Pompey goalkeeper.
“Overall, we have to be better, we have to learn lessons from the match in terms of how we were in possession,” Gary explained at full time, “We weren’t brave and quick enough to play the passing game that we want and we invited too much pressure.”
However, the gaffer saw a number of positives to take from the performance.
“We did create chances in the second half from set pieces and that is something that I think we’ve been much better from this season.
“We always looked like a threat and but for a great save we could’ve come away with a point from this game.”
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