Howe bemoans blunt Cherries

Last Updated: Wed, 19 Mar 2014 10:52

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe admits their lack of a goalscoring threat cost them as they went down 1-0 to Charlton.

The Cherries arrived at The Valley still with half an eye on a late play-off push but Dorian Dervite's stoppage-time goal denied them an away point.

"We were very good early on, we dominated but then we tailed off," he said.

"We didn't score when we were on top, then Charlton to be fair rolled their sleeves up and dug in. We gave away too many free-kicks and one of those cost us at the end.

"I think we defended okay but we didn't look like scoring and that's a concern."

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