Bournemouth defender Nathan Ake is not happy about the way his team plays after they take a lead.
The Cherries star believes that when they go ahead in a game, Bournemouth are too passive.
He believes that sitting back invites pressure and allows the other team to gain a foothold in the match.
They were 1-0 up against Sheffield United, but lost 2-1 in their recent Premier League game.
Ake told the Daily Echo: "They were two sloppy goals. I think one set piece and one from a throw-in.
"I think we defended okay, were up for the game. Obviously it's a tough game.
"They're going to put a lot of balls into the box, long balls and stuff like that and I think we did okay 75 per cent of the time but obviously two set pieces is sloppy.
"I think it was a bit negative after the first goal. Before that we played really well and then after we became a little bit negative.
"I think we had to stay positive and keep playing with the ball."