Neil Critchley believes his side deserved the victory over Rochdale, but has seen his side play better this season in Tuesday night’s 1-0 victory.
Sullay Kaikai’s first half strike was the difference between the two sides to ensure Blackpool made it six wins from seven home league games.
“I think we’ve played better this season and lost,” Critchley admitted.
“We did play some good football, particularly in the first half. We scored a good goal and created some good opportunities. We also defended the goal really well against a side that is very dangerous going forward, but there were times where I would've liked us to have played better with the ball than we did.
"It’s ultimately a clean sheet and three points, and through the course of the season, you’re not going to be at your best for every game. You need to find a way to win regardless, and we did that tonight.”
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