Albion's defender reflects on yesterday's draw with Preston.
Brighton & Hove Albion defender Bruno had no complaints following a hard-fought draw with Preston yesterday, but wants to get back to winning ways against Sheffield Wednesday at the Amex on Tuesday.
The Spaniard admitted that Albion lacked a clinical edge on the day in a cagey contest at Deepdale.
He said, “We knew it was going to be a tough game because they are on a good run and play in a different system to what we’re used to.
“It’s tough to play against these type of teams, especially away from home, they played with three at the back and it was difficult to find the right passes.
“There weren’t too many chances to score, but we’ve got a draw and we’ll keep going.”
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The 35-year-old admits that in an increasingly competitive race for promotion, the result has left the squad feeling frustrated.
“We feel like we’ve lost two points here, even though we didn’t create too many chances, it still feels like two points dropped.
“We are in a quick race to be at the top of the table and we need to do our best in every single game.”
Albion’s attentions now turn to another potentially tricky match with Sheffield Wednesday and Bruno is eager to build on a defensively resolute display.
“We just need to keep playing and try to create more chances. We’ve kept three consecutive clean sheets, which is good.
“But it’s going to be difficult playing at home against Sheffield Wednesday; it’s going to be an important game for them as well. We need to show what we can do.”