Howe left with plenty to ponder

01 March 2009 05:50
Despite enjoying the lion's share of possession, the Cherries failed to score and were then punished by Nicky Southall's second-half strike. "I thought we were the better side in the first half, we dominated them, but I don't think we created a lot and that would be the disappointing thing," said Howe. "I was pleased at half-time but also frustrated because when you're on top you've got to take your chances and that's something we need to work on. "You're just looking for something to drop, a bit of magic from someone to try and open them up but it didn't happen. "Overall, we didn't create a lot but we had a couple of half-chances and, after the break, it was very stop-start so you couldn't get any flow to the game."

Source: Team_Talk