Last Updated: Mon, 22 Oct 2012 13:36
Ben Foster admitted responsibility for Manchester City's equaliser in West Brom's 2-1 home defeat on Saturday.
The Baggies goalkeeper came off his line but failed to claim an 80th-minute free-kick that was headed in for an equaliser by Edin Dzeko, before the City substitute grabbed a late winner for Roberto Mancini's ten men at the Hawthorns.
And Foster is in no doubt that it was his error that resulted in Dzeko's first goal, while he is hoping that Steve Clarke's men can bounce back from their first home defeat of the Premier League campaign with a positive result at Newcastle at the weekend.
Foster told the club's website: "It was a great ball in, to be fair. I thought I'd come and get something on it but once you are on your way you think 'oh no, here we go'.
"You are hoping the defender gets it but it was a great ball in and a great header as well. I should have stayed on my line.
"The second one is credit to us that we were trying to win the game against Manchester City. We were giving it a go at least.
"They broke on us and that is what £70m worth of talent does for you. I'm gutted. I thought we played really well."
He added: "But we will just carry on the way we are going. We are playing fantastic football and we are going to win a lot more games than we lose if we carry on playing like that."
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