The loss leaves Pillars in 12th spot in the Nigerian topflight standings, nine points behind the top three.
The goalkeeper was disappointed after the 3-1 loss and admitted that the early goals helped unsettle the four-time Nigerian champions.
"I was very disappointed to have conceded three goals in a match," Mohammed told Goal.
"The early goals knocked us off, we were just settling in and before we knew it we had let in two goals."
"It's a disappointing result because we've only picked a point in our last four matches. May be we are in a critical condition, a situation where we play well but the results aren't in our favour.
"Sometimes you find yourself in this tough times but working out solutions is important and we hope to be at our best soon.
"When results aren't going one's way then there will be pressure but that's what comes with the game and we have to stay focused as we find a solution," he concluded.