Luton Town captain Tom Lockyer was left feeling frustrated at the weekend.
The Hatters lost another game due to a set-piece goal, this time against Manchester United.
Despite conceding many chances in open play, Luton were undone by a Victor Lindelof goal from a set-piece.
Speaking afterwards to reporters, Lockyer said: “You come to United, you’re going to ride your luck at times, and we did.
“Tom [Kaminski – goalkeeper] has made a few great saves, we were more than in that game, so it’s a frustrating one as it is another game with zero points.
“If you look at the performances we put in against Liverpool and now United, if we can have a few more of them I’m sure we’ll pick up a few points along the way.
“The annoying thing for myself is it’s a set-piece.
“We lost at home to Spurs from a set-piece, you come to Old Trafford and you lose on a set-piece, which is frustrating.
“For all the talent these teams have got in their squads, to be losing via set-pieces is extremely frustrating.
“Defend one set-piece and get away nil-nil, I’d be delighted and so would all our fans.
“We’ll try and cut them out, it starts on the training pitch, the old cliché.
“Work hard on the training pitch and all that, but believe me, we are putting it in and full focus now is on to Crystal Palace.”