Sunderland boss admitted 'we lost our way' in Bristol Rovers defeat || international News

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Phil Parkinson at Bristol Rovers

AFTER watching Sunderland’s recent slump continue at Bristol Rovers last night, a deflated Phil Parkinson has urged his players to keep their cool in the promotion run-in.

The Black Cats slipped out of the play-off zone after losing 2-0 at the Memorial Ground, despite the fact that Rovers had won just one of their previous 15 league fixtures.

A goal in each half from Jonson Clarke-Harris inflicted the latest disappointing defeat on Sunderland, who are now winless in four games and collected just two points from the last 12 available.

That run has seen them drop down to seventh and they have now played a game more than every team above them; they have played two more than leaders Coventry City.

Coventry are now eight points above Sunderland, who have a three point gap to make up on second-placed Rotherham who do have that extra game to play.

But Sunderland, who head to Blackpool on Saturday before the international break, need to find improvements from somewhere, particularly in the final third, if they are to close the gap on the automatic spots.

And Parkinson wants to see greater composure in his team’s approach in the final eight matches having witnessed the occasion get the better of them in Bristol.

“We started OK, we had decent control, we were passing reasonably well, but we then got caught up with the referee decisions. The crowd, we got too emotional and stopped playing,” said Parkinson.

“I spoke about it before, away from home, the crowd can get on to the ref, decisions go against you, and it affected our play.

“There was an incident just in front of the dug-out in the first half, everyone reacted to it and we couldn’t get back playing again.

“We lost our cool, we conceded the first goal seven or eight minutes later. We lost our way and we have to accept that wasn’t a good enough performance in terms of the way we have been playing.”

The incident he spoke about was when Jordan Willis was wiped out near the touchline and the two benches were up in arms and then the players clashed on the pitch.

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