In a game that was more suited to a nil-all draw, the former Arsenal man admitted the feeling in the dressing room after the match reflected the result but said the team could learn a lot from the match.
"Of course if you see the rest of the room, everyone is really, really down because we didn't get the result today. It was one of those games away from home, I think Sigi said Colorado has never lost two games at home in a row before, and this would have been the second. We knew it would be hard. I definitely thought it was a nil-nil game. Hopefully we'll get stronger from it and that's the thing you have to take with you," he said.