Shota Arveladze claims Hull City ‘didn’t deserve’ to lose 2-0 to West Brom

Albion secured just their second Championship victory of 2022 with the 2-0 win at Hull City

Hull City manager Shota Arveladze believes his side didn’t deserve to be on the end of a 2-0 defeat to West Bromwich Albion on Saturday.

Steve Bruce was able to land his first victory as Albion boss on his sixth attempt at the expense of the Tigers but Arveladze thinks it was a win that was far from deserved for the Baggies.

“I tried to keep the chin up to the boys and I said we didn’t play bad, we didn’t deserve 2-0,” he claimed.

“We could stay in it until the last minute of the game and we tried but that’s football sometimes, one small mistake makes games a lot more harder. The first goal and the second goal.

“But I think we stayed in the game, we had some very good parts of the game which made me satisfied and we’ll build on it and go again.

“A lot of points still to get so I think it was very important to tell the boys to get their chin up again, get good rest and we’ll be back Monday and go forward.”

“A lot of positive things,” Arveladze added.

“We had good chances, stayed in the positions, played out well which we didn’t end with a good shot or final shot or final pass but it will come - I hope so.”

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