"I think the pressure of needing to win the game was very much there," said Graham. "The lads showed they’ve got some learning to do. If you’re going to win trophies you need to deal with pressure, you’ll have must-win games and you’ve got to win them.
"I don’t think everyone played to their potential today. I had to be very very soft with them at half time to give them a bit of confidence and a bit of composure.
"In the second half we showed a few moments of quality but overall we weren't in control of the game and we didn’t govern it as we ought to have done."
"We’ll be a lot better going forward as we start to bed down an understanding of pressure and how we deal with it."
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