SCOTT Fraser believes that being more ruthless all over the pitch will be the key to the Brewers winning more games that they are on top in.
Despite having more than 30 shots against Gillingham, Albion were beaten 3-2 by the visitors on Saturday, with each goal for the visiting side coming against the run of play.
Fraser scored twice in the game, which pulled the Brewers back level from 2-0 down. However, after a dominant second-half, in which Nigel Clough’s side could have gained an unassailable lead, Gillingham snatched a late win.
Fraser says that Albion must be more ruthless if they are to reap their rewards for such good performances, and every player has a role to play in that goal.
He said “We need to be more ruthless all over the park, both in defence and attack. You can’t just blame the defence, because by the they scored their first goal we should have been three or four up.
“If we don’t score, we need to make sure that we keep it tight. It is a balancing act, as a team to make sure that we are ruthless at both ends.
“We believed that we were going to win three or four-two, because of the chances and the dominance that we had in the game, that is what the gaffer was speaking about. Obviously, we were all upset but we had the belief that we could bring it back, and we did, we really should have gone on and won it.”