Manchester City midfielder Rodri admits there's disappointment after their 1-1 draw with Champions League opponents Shakhtar Donestk.
City were again caught by a counter-attacking goal as they went looking for a killer second against the Ukrainian champions.
That cost them in defeats by Liverpool and Wolves this season, and is something which needs sorting out.
Rodri is at the heart of that problem, as the defensive midfielder charged with stopping swift counters.
And he admitted there are issues which need addressing.
“They scored one goal and we had a lot of chances," said the Spain international. “It seems like it always happens the same. We have to check and fix these problems but the team is growing and I think we did a good match today.
“There are lots of matches in the year so we don't have to be crazy. Of course at the beginning of the match we wanted to win but if we draw for first in the group it's OK for the team. I think they didn't have too many chances."