After seeing Darlington slump to another defeat on Saturday, Tommy Wright admitted his team do not look like scoring, report the Northern Echo.

Saturday’s 1-0 loss to Stockport County was Quakers’ sixth in 12 games this season, and their third match in a row in without scoring.

It could have been different, however, had Reece Styche not wasted an early opportunity when through on goal with only the goalkeeper to beat, but instead chipped the ball tamely to a relieved Ben Hinchliffe.

“We’ve only got ourselves to blame,” said the manager, who also bemoaned his team’s sometimes direct style of play.

“When you carve open good opportunities in the first half and people make bad decisions…and Stychey knows what I’m talking about. You can’t do that.

“I said it to him at half-time and full-time… Games are defined by moments and that was a big moment for us.”

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