Isaac Mbenza believes the players will learn from the defeat
- Isaac Mbenza after Huddersfield Town’s defeat
- Winger apologised for his mistake for the first goal
- Watch the full interview below on #HTTV
Isaac Mbenza was disappointed with Huddersfield Town’s defeat to Bristol City at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Two late goals condemned the Terriers to defeat after Josh Koroma put Town ahead in the first half.
When speaking after the game, the winger described the mood in the dressing room.
“The feeling is bad because normally we would get these three points. This is football, we will forget these things, forget this game and we need to be ready for the next game now.”
Isaac set-up the opening goal of the game but held his hands up for Bristol City’s equaliser. He explained how the whole team will learn from the defeat.
“The first goal is my fault because I’m not focused for one second and one second is enough for the other team. After I think we were very frustrated.
“Tomorrow we will watch the game back. We need to learn from our mistakes. We don’t have time to rest.
“We will work hard and then in the game we will feel better. We provide motivation for each other. We push ourselves.”
Watch the full interview below on #HTTV!