West Brom boss Carlos Corberan 'can't understand' why Baggies continue to struggle on the road

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The Baggies have now lost their last four league games on the road following Benjamin Tetteh's super strike after 33 minutes and Dara O'Shea's second-half own goal.

Corberan said: "I know that this is happening away from home and everyone is asking the same question. "The few opportunities they had, they took their chances. What's the difference? I can't understand. "We had 70 per cent of possession of the ball but we are creating and not scoring - that is the key. "We missed a big opportunity for three points. "For everything that we created, we couldn't score. The few things they created, they scored. "We were very, very dominant but after the first goal we lost confidence. "That made things more difficult. What was key was what was happening in both boxes." West Brom supporters must have fancied their chances following their side's dominant start to the game. But they found Hull goalkeeper Karl Darlow - on loan from Newcastle - in good form and could not have done much about Tetteh's opening goal. The Ghana international struck on instinct from a difficult angle towards the left of the penalty area and skilfully guided the ball into the top right-hand corner of the net. Tetteh's goal changed the game. West Brom were a mile off the pace after the break and conceded a second when Sean McLoughlin's header off Ozan Tufan's wicked corner was deflected into his own net by O'Shea after 57 minutes. John Swift hit a post later on for the visitors with a central free-kick, but that was as good as it got for the visitors. Corberan said: "This was a big opportunity for three points but we still want to achieve the highest possible position in the table. "At the end of the season, we'll see where we are. "If we analyse the previous defeats away, this was different as we created lots of chances - it was not an easy situation. "I think in the first 30 minutes in attack was one of the best (since he became manager) and yet we have lost 2-0. "We now need to move on."

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