Last Updated: Wed, 31 Oct 2012 07:13
Roberto Martinez says he has been left feeling frustrated more than anything after Bradford dumped Wigan out of the Capital One Cup.
Latics had a great chance to book their place in the quarter-finals of the competition and after away wins at Nottingham Forest and West Ham in the previous rounds they were hot favourites to see off the Bantams at the DW Stadium.
However despite dominating throughout 120 minutes of football, they could not see off their League Two opponents, who went through 4-2 on penalties after both Jordi Gomez and Shaun Maloney missed.
Martinez made nine changes to the side that beat West Ham at the weekend but he was not using that as an excuse and says they still had enough on the pitch to see them through.
"I never felt that we lost concentration or allowed Bradford to have a big say in the game," said Martinez. "I think we controlled it really well, and we were very unfortunate not to convert any of the chances.
"That was why it was a feeling of frustration more than anything."
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