Hughes: Stoke didn’t deserve to beat ten-man Hull

first_imgMark Hughes has insisted his side didn’t deserve to win their game against ten-man Hull City.The Potters had a player advantage for most of the match following James Chester’s sending off in the first period, but failed to make it pay and went a goal down three minutes before the break.Ryan Shawcross equalised in the end, although in controversial circumstances, and Hughes believes his charges must improve in the future.“We didn’t deserve to win the game,” he fumed.“The overriding feeling is frustration, from our point of view, given what we produced. We need to be a lot better than we were today but credit to Hull City they stuck at it.“They had a goal to defender after we allowed them to get their noses in front and in those situations you have to use your intelligence to understand what is required. We needed to move the ten men around a lot more than we were able to do and create more chances.”last_img

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