Cardiff City manager Russell Slade has vented his frustration following two consecutive away defeats in the Sky Bet Championship.The Bluebirds were defeated 3-2 by Norwich City at Carrow Road last weekend, and they also fell 2-1 to high-flying Middlesbrough on Tuesday night.
Failure to take a point from their last two matches has seen Cardiff slump to 13th in the table, 10 points adrift of the Play-Off positions.
Slade says he has been satisfied with his players performances in the last two games, but has bemoaned the lack of results: "I thought we looked organised and compact and reduced them (Middlesbrough) to only a few opportunities," he said.
"Maybe the first goal was crucial and they got that. It was frustrating because we started the second half well and from a counter-attack they hurt us.
"If we had stayed in the game and not conceded a second then Kenwyne (Jones) would have got us an important goal.
"I was pleased with the defensive set-up and we were much more compact. But ultimately we've come away from two away games with no points and that's frustrating."