Brighton boss Chris Hughton was left disappointed after their 2-2 draw with Bournemouth.
The Seagulls were twice pegged back after goals from Anthony Knockaert and Glenn Murray, and after having a number of other opportunities on the south coast, Hughton couldn't hide his disappointment at not winning the game.
He said, “I thought we were good today. There were some areas that we needed to address, which was giving ourselves the opportunity to score goals, and I thought we were very good in that department today.
“But I'm hugely disappointed, that certainly having gone in front on a couple of occasions and in a game that we should have won, we didn't.
“Both teams threatened but we certainly had the better clear-cut chances, and that's what makes it more disappointing.
“We conceded again from a set-play, which is hugely disappointing, because that's been an area where we haven't been good enough and it's cost us."