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Sam Morsy expresses his disappointment following Hull City loss

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skipper expressed his sadness and disappointment following his side’s 2-1 loss to in the .

Even though the Latics opened the scoring thanks to a powerful Nick Powell shot. However the failed to keep their lead as striker Fraizer Campbell made the most out of Wigan’s goalkeeper mistake and scored the equaliser in the 51st minute.

Then just one minute before full-time Dutch defender Jordy de Wijs scored the winning goal with a strong header.

Following the game Egypt international Sam Morsy talked about his disappointment and how his side can recuperate from the result.

“It is two goals which could have been avoided again and that has been the disappointment of the last two games; we could easily have had six points and been out of the situation we are in,” Morsy said during a post-match interview.

“Unfortunately, it wasn’t to be and they were poor goals to concede from our point of view. We have to come together now.

“We have scored the opening goal in a lot of away games and I guess the fortunate thing for us is that we have got three home games and we have been pretty good at home all season,” he added.

Wigan have had a horrific away record this season in the Championship, losing 16 times and winning just once in 21 games.

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“It is disappointing because we should have hung on for at least a point.

“It is individual errors and it happens, it’s football, it is life, we all make them. We certainly won’t be blaming anybody – it might be the case next week that it happens for us, we have to move on.

“We have to get ourselves straight; we know the battle we are in with a few teams around us and we know what is at stake – we have to fight to the death,”

Wigan have a very difficult game ahead of them as they will face first place Norwich City on April 14.

“Last season we beat Bournemouth, West Ham and probably the best team in Europe at home; we can beat anyone at home and we have to believe that.

“If we can get a win, it would be one hell of a result,

“I think the supporters know we are an honest set of lads and it’s disappointing tonight, because we would have loved to have given them a win.”

The Tics are currently 21st on the EFL Championship table with 41 points, just two away from the relegation zone

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