Sadler Frustrated as Walsall's Unbeaten Run Comes to an End Sadler Frustrated as Walsall's Unbeaten Run Comes to an End

Sadler Frustrated as Walsall's Unbeaten Run Comes to an End

Mat Sadler spoke to the media shortly after referee Matt Corlett had called for full-time.
Walsall Head Coach Mat Sadler has spoken to the local media and admitted to being frustrated as his side failed to bounce back from an early setback as they saw their unbeaten run end away to Swindon Town.

Falling behind to Chalie Austin's second-minute opener, the Saddlers looked to be getting a level of control in the second half but were ultimately unable to get back into the match as Tom Knowles saw red ahead of Rushian Hepburn-Murphy's late effort.

Going into the game on the back of a bounce-back win over Salford City, Sadler believes his team was on its way to repeating the feat before being reduced to ten me in the middle of the second forty-five.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Mat said; "We spoke about that. We are just off the back of doing it once, let’s do it again. That was most definitely the message.

"You don’t want to go behind in games. It was frustrating with the manner we went behind because I don’t feel like they worked for that goal, which is unlike us.

"We had that chance just before the end of the first half, which was when I felt that we were growing in belief.

"If we got that first goal, it felt like it could’ve been a different day, but the sending-off changed that."
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