Action and reaction as City lose unbeaten home record

Last updated : 27 December 2017 By Michael Morris

C:WindowsTempphp727E.tmpNeil Warnock: "I am disappointed at losing the home record. But If you'd told me at the start of the season we would lose our home record at Christmas time, then I would have been delighted.

"I was disappointed in the goals we conceded. But overall they were better than us. But it says a lot about us as a team that we kept going and I can't fault them for attitude.

"Our aim at the start of the season was to get into play-offs, but we have exceeded expectations so now the aim is a little higher. I still think we are well placed for that."

Slavisa Jokanovic: "We played well. We scored four goals and created more chances. We defended well and tried to hold the line high. The team showed great spirit with the ball and also without.

"We were more clinical today and showed we can be more solid in defence. It's a tough trip for all teams to come to Cardiff. They are a solid and strong team, but it's only three points.

"It's important for supporters because they like to win on Boxing Day. We showed we can be competitive in this league. I hope we can achieve three points in the next game."