We wasted chances - Wilson
Swindon manager Danny Wilson bemoaned his side`s lack of a cutting edge as they were knocked out of the Johnstone`s Paint Trophy 4-2 on penalties by Brentford following a 1-1 draw.Charlie Austin had fired the Robins in front, but Robbie Simpson equalised against the run of play for the Bees.Simpson was the hero in the shoot-out, scoring the winning penalty."You`ve seen the chances we`ve had and created in the course of the game," said Wilson. "If you don`t take those gilt-edged chances - and they are not difficult chances - then you`re going to struggle."I thought we played with a great tempo on Saturday but I didn`t think we were at the races in this game. The tempo we showed on Saturday was not there."The ball came back off our strikers far too often and we couldn`t get any momentum to keep them in their half to put the pressure on them."But give them credit as well, I thought they defended better than Plymouth. They had a great gameplan and persevered all the way to the death."
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