Bournemouth defender Charlie Daniels admits the Cherries came second best in their loss away at Huddersfield
The 4-1 loss at the hands of Huddersfield at the John Smith's Stadium saw Bournemouth's seven-game unbeaten run come to an end.
Cherries boss Eddie Howe acknowledged there was not a lot to celebrate about his side's performance against the Terriers.
Daniels shared the same view as his boss, lamenting the Cherries' playing standards had dipped.
Reflecting on the match, the defender spoke to the club website and said: "We weren't good enough, on and off the ball. We lost too many challenges and it costs you.
"We know it was nowhere near good enough and far below the standard we have set ourselves.
"We had some unbelievable support and to see just how many people made the journey, we can only apologise and can't thank them enough for coming. Hopefully, we can put things right for them."