Birmingham City manager Chris Hughton has said that he is extremely disappointed by the fact that Birmingham City could not take all three points in the match against Derby County. Birmingham City were taking on Derby County during the weekend with the hope of cementing their place in the play-off position. However, there are extremely disappointed with the outcome of the much after lost a two-goal lead to draw the match. Birmingham City were leading the match 2-0 at one stage, but lost their two-goal advantage to end up drawing the match. Chris Hughton, who has managed to drive Birmingham City up the table despite all the troubles, has said that he is extremely disappointed with the result.

Chris Hughton will have to get up from this poor result at home as soon as possible because they will be facing Premier league opponents Chelsea in the FA Cup replay on Tuesday night. This is going to be a very crucial match for both the clubs involved because it would provide them with some early success that will take a lot of pressure off their managers. Chris Hughton has been under pressure due to the difficult financial situation of the club, as they have been put under transfer embargo recently.

Even worse is the fact that, Derby County were coming into the match after having not scored in seven hours of football. “Very frustrating. At 2-0 up and with the fact you’re playing at home, you fully expect to go on and win. But what we have done perhaps in the last couple of games is concede uncharacteristic goals, by our standards of where we have been. That happens. We have to learn from it and look to pick it up again for the next league game,” said the Blues boss.