Dagenham boss John Still was unhappy with his team`s performance and insisted he had no complaints about the result after a heavy defeat at Bournemouth.
The Cherries brushed aside Daggers with goals from Jason Pearce, Josh McQuoid and Rhoys Wiggins to leave Still downbeat.
He said: "We contributed to our own downfall through too many errors. They were worthy winners, I've got no complaints there.
"We started well enough by containing them, and after the first 20 minutes I was optimistic we might get something out of the game.
"We continually broke up their attacks and even at 1-0 down I thought we were still in it. But then we conceded a terrible second goal with Danny Green badly at fault and at 2-0 it was always going to be very difficult.
"We didn't create much. Gavin Tomlin had a shot saved and sent a header over the bar in the first, but in the second half we barely threatened at all. Bournemouth are a very good side and currently full of confidence. I'm not surprised they are going so well."