Brentford manager Mark Warburton felt his side had done enough to take something from today’s game with Huddersfield Town.
Nobody could beat Warburton’s side in November but they were defeated at the first attempt this month as we approach the crucial Christmas period.
Waburton was pleased with his team’s late rally but left frustrated the Bees couldn’t make their pressure count more than Jonathan Douglas’ solitary goal in West Yorkshire.
“For me, I think we got embroiled in a few dubious decisions, Waburton told the BBC.
“We got involved in that side of things. We have to learn from it and they will learn from it.
“In the last half-hour we dominated, there was a great few saves from their keeper, but we’ve not been clinical enough.
“We haven’t take our chances and we’ve paid the price. We looked dangerous. I thought we made lots of chances. I thought we did enough to get something out of today’s game.”
The result sees Brentford drop down to fifth in the Championship standings, with leaders Derby and second-placed Ipswich both enjoying comfortable victories.