Southampton forward Kamaldeen Sulemana spoke about the team's struggles in front of the goal following their 2-1 defeat to Wolves at St. Mary's Stadium on Saturday in the Premier League.
The 20-year-old was handed his first start in the Premier League and showed what he is capable of doing, especially with his burst in pace.
Sulemana acknowledged the team's success in the first 60 minutes of the game, stating, "I think we started very well. We went in with a high press and as you can see, we got a goal. We started well and I think in the first 60 minutes we were on top."
However, the former Nordsjaelland man pointed out the team's struggles in front of the goal, saying, "We had low quality in front of the goal. Maybe the last pass to make the finish easier or the finish so that’s something we have to work on."
He stressed the importance of being clinical in front of the goal, saying, "We have to learn to be clinical in front of the goal because Wolves were. I cannot remember other chances, but they got two out of two. I think we need to do better in front of the goal and of course, defend the box well."
Despite the defeat, Sulemana remained positive, saying, "There’s only one way forward and that is to keep our head up and go into next week feeling positive and look forward to the next game."
The winger also expressed disappointment with the outcome of the game, saying, "We're very, very disappointed. This shouldn't have happened."