Hull City manager admits in the dressing room, after a dramatic 2-1 defeat against Southampton

The city conceded another late goal in the first half, marking the end of their unbeaten home record. Hull City, led by Liam Rosenior, is resetting and aiming for an exciting future. Rosenior acknowledges that the recent defeat to Southampton could serve as a necessary setback for his team as they try to revive their struggling season.

Despite a promising start with some exciting signings, the dramatic 2-1 defeat at home to Southampton last Saturday has left them winless in their last five home games, with two losses in their most recent three Championship matches. While they performed well in the first half against last season’s relegated Premier League team, they fell behind when Will Smallbone converted a cross from Kyle Walker-Peters. However, Liam Delap managed to equalize for the Tigers five minutes later.

As the game seemed destined for a draw and a fifth consecutive tie at the MKM Stadium, Ryan Fraser scored the winning goal in the fifth minute of added time, leaving the Tigers shocked and experiencing their first home loss in the league this season, despite creating several promising opportunities.

Rosenior’s team will play against Birmingham City on Wednesday night, followed by a Saturday match against Preston North End, a game they must surely win to break this streak of disappointing results in front of their home supporters.

Rosenior expressed the need for his team to learn from their mistakes and gain more experience, emphasizing that while they have shown excellent football, they need to convert it into points. He’s clearly upset about the result but believes that the pain might be a necessary part of their journey.

He also mentioned the frustration of repeating mistakes in previous games, particularly in terms of conceding goals that cost them dearly.

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