Michael Duff didn't feel there was a lot between Cheltenham Town and Sheffield Wednesday despite the size of the margin of victory in favour of the hosts.
Two late goals ensured Wednesday registered four times at Hillsborough after Alfie May had given the Robins an early lead at Hillsborough.
A spell in the second half saw Duff's men come very close to equalising with some key opportunities not quite falling the right way, and the promotion chasing home side were able to take advantage by extending their lead late on.
"At 2-1 we've had an unbelievable chance, I'm not quite sure how we haven't scored. I don't know how the one that has hit the post and the crossbar hasn't gone in," Duff said.
"We are 2-1 down and we've had two incredible opportunities so you think you'll just try and change it and go for it. We've got nothing to lose.
"I didn't think there was a lot in the game to be honest. We can't give a goal away as quickly as what we did, particularly from a corner, they are good at corners - they're the best in the League at corners. We've got enough bodies in and around it so that's a big moment in the game.
"I think they just had a little bit more quality than us. In terms of between the two boxes I don't think there was a lot in it."
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Next for Cheltenham is a visit to Accrington Stanley on Saturday 2 April. You can purchase tickets and away travel for the game at the Wham Stadium online or from the ticket office when it's open this week.