HUDDERSFIELD Town boss Simon Grayson surveyed a disappointing 3-1 defeat at Peterborough which saw Town slip to sixth in the Championship and said: “We have to learn from games like this.”
Two sweetly struck first half goals from old foe George Boyd and a header by Kgosi Ntlhe early in the second half left Town facing an uphill battle.
While substitute Adam Hammill reduced the arrears, a fightback never looked on the cards.
“That was hugely frustrating,” said Grayson, who’s side head to Millwall on Saturday.
“We were too easy to play against, nowhere near solid enough, and we certainly didn’t maintain the standards we have set.
“We have to learn from nights like this and we will.
“We lost too many battles all over the pitch, too many individuals were below par and we didn’t play collectively as a team.
“Peterborough deserved their victory, but we never got out of the traps.