Hangeland is disappointed that his side seem unable to hang onto leads.
"It's really, really disappointing [not to win]," he fumed. "It was the same story the last time we played Southampton [which ended in 2-2 draw], but it happens sometimes. Now it's happened twice in two away games.
"When you look back at the points we've lost at the end of games we could actually be a lot higher [in the Premier League]. Against Manchester City, Southampton and today we could have nicked more points than we did.
"That's disappointing but it's also a good sign that we're not a bad team."