Plymouth Argyle manager John Sheridan says he is disappointed at the lack of belief that his side showed in their
The League Two leaders were 2-0 up after an 62 minutes and Sheridan felt his team should have done better.
"I think we as a team didn't really believe in ourselves that we could get something out of it," Sheridan told BBC Radio Devon.
"It was a difficult game, the goals were poor goals on our part."
Sheridan's side went back to the bottom of League Two as a result of the loss and are two points from safety.
He felt that his team needed to improve their possession of the ball if they were to get anything at the Priestfield Stadium.
"We didn't really keep the ball when we had to keep the ball," he said.
"I thought in the first half there were times when we could have caused them problems.
"But they worked a bit harder than we did to get the win.
"If we could have worked harder by keeping the ball for longer periods we could have caused them more problems."