Pashley: Mistakes cost us

Terry Pashley felt Burnley contributed plenty to their own demise as they were humbled by Championship leaders Cardiff.

Last Updated: 27/10/12 at 20:02 Post Comment

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A third-minute Joe Mason paved the way for a 4-0 hammering as Clarets striker Charlie Austin failed to score for the first time in nine games.

And caretaker boss Pashley said: "The goals we conceded were self-inflicted.

"After the first goal we never really recovered. We tried to be positive in the second half to try and get the next goal, but we conceded a third.

"It was poor decisions in open play and we got punished. But we all have to be accountable.

"Cardiff are top of the league and it's no fluke - they are playing consistent football. It was a tough afternoon for us."

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