O’s goalkeeper Alex Cisak admitted they simply didn’t create enough chances as they slipped to their first away defeat under player-manager Kevin Nolan.
Scott Brown’s second half effort settled the encounter, and while Cisak was called into action on a couple of occasions, the Aussie ‘keeper admitted they failed to test his opposite number – Ross Etheridge.
The 26-year-old was also disappointed for the 555 O’s fans who made the trip to the Wham Stadium.
“We are all disappointed. We have travelled up here and let the fans down,” Cisak told Orient PlayerHD.
“It was 0-0 at half time and we were still in the game. We just didn’t create enough chances going forward today and that cost us the game.
“They scored, but we couldn’t break them down. We didn’t play well enough to get the win.”
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