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Cardiff City's Sean Morrison: 'We were the better team in the second half'

Cardiff City defender Sean Morrison says that the team's second-half performance against Sheffield United was good enough to earn them a point.

Cardiff City defender Sean Morrison has insisted that his team deserved a point in their Championship clash at Sheffield United, which finished 1-1.

The centre-back admitted that Leon Clarke's early goal for the Blades was avoidable, but claimed that the Welsh promotion-chasers were good value for a draw as they dominated the second half.

"The pitch wasn't great tonight. We knew we had to battle. It wasn't pretty and their goal was a bit sloppy from us, but in the second half I thought we were the better team," he told Sky Sports News.

Cardiff left it late to secure a point at Bramall Lane, needing a last-minute equaliser from Anthony Pilkington to avoid defeat.

The Championship's second-placed club are up against league leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers in their next fixture.

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