BARNSLEY boss Keith Hill is backing his side to bounce back from an “uncharacteristic” performance in a 5-3 thumping by Cardiff City.
The Reds bagged two late consolation goals at the CC Stadium on Saturday, but the Bluebirds dominated from start to finish and could have had won by more if it had not been for a string of fine saves from keeper Luke Steele.
“It’s not a reflection of me and the things we’ve done this season. It’s not a reflection of the players,” said Hill.
“We fell foul of an excellent display from Cardiff. It could have been eight, nine or even ten goals for them, but then it could have been 10-5.”