Sunderland manager David Moyes has hit out at his team's defending following their 2-0 defeat to West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League.
He told BBC Sport: "We played better in the second than the first that is for sure. We are giving poor goals away and we are doing everything we can to eradicate it but it is a disease that we have got at the moment.
"[The first goal] was well executed by Darren Fletcher. We defended the original corner well but the ball was bobbling around and we didn't clear it.
"We led to our own downfall but credit to the boys and credit to young George Honeyman, who was our best player by a long way today. We can take some positives from the game."