Crystal Palace defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka was left disappointed after they blew a one-goal lead and lost 2-1 to Watford at home.
Palace took the lead in the 38th minute thanks to Craig Cathcart’s unfortunate own goal, but the visitors equalized in the 67th minute through Cathcart who scored on the other end to redeem himself.
Former United midfielder Tom Cleverley came on as a sub in the 68th minute and scored the winner for Watford six minutes later to silence the Palace home support.
“We’re disappointed with the result,” Wan-Bissaka told the club’s website.
“To have been 1-0 up in the first half, we played well and lost it at the end with two goals. I don’t think anything changed.
“I think we just kept at it, playing like we did in the first half, but I think we lost concentration at a set-piece at the end.
“There’s not really much we could do [about Cleverley’s strike], but as a team, we should try to make a difference to it.”