SIMON GRAYSON saw Huddersfield Town fall to their heaviest defeat under his management and admitted: “If there’s one word that summed us up, it’s indiscipline.”
Town haven’t conceded four since last season’s draw at Sheffield Wednesday, and their last league defeat of this scale was the 5-0 setback at Southampton in March 2010.
Grayson believes the final result was flattering to the home side, saying: “People who weren’t at the game will think we got done over.
“But for 60 minutes, we were well in it and we had probably had the better opportunities.
“But then we got done on the counter attack for their second goal and we lost shape and discipline.
“Players were going into areas of the pitch they shouldn’t have been, and we didn’t have enough leaders and communicators out there.
“We should have kept our shape better, but instead left ourselves open, and it was too easy for them to get through.
“Players have to take responsibility, to sense danger better and to talk to each other more.