Neil Critchley has revealed half of Blackpool’s recreation plan was to take benefit of Charlton’s lack of confidence.
The Seasiders got here away with a 3-0 victory in SE7 on a day which went badly mistaken for the hosts.
Charlton had Darren Pratley and Chuks Aneke dismissed in the second half however have been already trailing by two targets at that stage.
The South London membership dropped to twelfth in the League One desk and want a momentous turnaround in kind to vogue a play-off problem.
Blackpool supervisor Critchley was nonetheless ready to pick some areas his Blackpool crew might have improved on as they moved a spot beneath their opponents – however they’ve 4 matches in hand.
“We might’ve saved the ball a bit higher in the second half after they have been taking part in with 10 males – used the ball higher and created extra possibilities.
“We’d have taken that earlier than the sport, scoring three targets and holding a clear sheet. It’s three factors, it retains our run going and retains out momentum going.
“They should not in an excellent second themselves at this second in time. They are struggling for a bit bit of confidence and kind. We wanted to strive and play on that a bit bit.
“We have been the crew in the ascendency – pushing ahead and urgent ahead, holding the ball away from the objective, forcing them backwards and then taking part in forwards once we bought the ball and placing them underneath stress.
“Because of that we bought a penalty, a stunning little by ball and an excellent run off the centre-half. Then Matty [Virtue-Thick] has strode ahead from the center of the pitch and hit a unbelievable shot. We have been glorious. But it’s simply three factors and we transfer on to Tuesday now.”
Critchley felt his facet have been full worth for the three factors – and that pink playing cards for Pratley and Aneke didn’t affect the end result of the fixture in SE7.
He instructed the Blackpool Gazette: “I mentioned to the gamers on the finish of the sport, the way in which the sport petered out on the finish after they’re down to 10 and 9 males and we have been holding the ball, it’s straightforward to suppose the sending offs had an actual bearing on the victory. It didn’t.”
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