The Bluebirds produced a spirited second half fight back to beat Brentford 2-1 in the Sky Bet Championship at Cardiff City Stadium on Saturday. Sergi Canós had given the Bees the lead just before half time, but goals from Sean Morrison and Peter Whittingham secured the three points for City.
Shortly after the final whistle, manager Neil Warnock offered his thoughts to the assembled press and media.
“I thought they had more of the possession in the first half but we had the better chances,” Neil began. “We had to change things in the second half to up the tempo and I thought we were out of the traps much better after half time.
“We were much more positive and changed two or three things at half time. That allowed us to play 20 or 30 yards further forward and I thought we thoroughly deserved it in the end.
"Whitts scored a good goal, it was a great header down from Ken [Zohore] and Kadeem [Harris] made a great run from his own half for the first goal.
“This game shows you what the Championship is like. It’s disappointing when you go a goal down, but if you’ve got a good team then nothing is impossible and I was pleased we didn’t let a goal in at the end.
“I thought it was great that the fans stayed behind after the game to give the team applause and I know all the lads really appreciate their support.”