David Wagner says Huddersfield Town will carry on passing the ball out from the back despite another mistake - and another defeat.
Two weeks after Jonathan Hogg’s misplaced ball allowed Fulham an early goal in a Championship clash which finished 1-1, Harry Bunn lost possession to allow Cardiff City to counter attack and claim their second goal in a 3-2 victory back at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Wagner’s 17th-placed side have now lost three on the spin in all competitions.
But the boss remains calm and said: “We have to stay focused on our style, accept this defeat and go forward on our way.
“Passing the ball out from back is not the problem for me.
“The situation when Harry lost the ball was different to Hoggy against Fulham. We didn’t protect the ball as we should have.
“We will not change because of two situations in our last two home games.
“We have created more good situations as a result of our tactics, but we do have to stop these mistakes.”
Cardiff won it with two second-half strikes after Nahki Wells cancelled out Peter Whittingham’s opener to make it 1-1 at the break.
Dutchman Lex Immers and Whittingham, with his second, put the Welsh side 3-1 ahead before Harry Bunn notched in time added on in front of a tickets-issued 11,002 crowd.