Hamilton head coach Stuart Taylor says his side didn't win enough of their second balls to merit a win over Dunfermline after the East End Park club inflicted a 1-0 Championship defeat upon them.Accies lost courtesy of Ryan Dow's first half effort.
Andy Ryan had chances for the away side while Mihai Popescu missed a huge opportunity two minutes into the match.Dunfermline also created plenty more chances as the result leaves Hamilton sixth in the table, with the Pars remaining bottom.But the gap between sixth and the Championship's basement club is down to just six points after Hamilton's run of one defeat in six matches ended.Taylor said: "It is really disappointing from us.
We wanted to continue the run that we were on. We needed to remember how and why we were on that run. We didn't do that."That's what is disappointing from us because we have been doing well.
If it was based on the first half then we didn't deserve anything but we asked for a reaction in the second half."In fairness to the lads, I felt as if they gave us that.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk