Hull defender Curtis Davies embarrassed by Bournemouth mauling: We've got no excuses
The terrible Tigers saw their tally of goals shipped rise to 17 in their last four games as Bournemouth romped to their biggest ever Premier League win.
Despite being able to explain obliterations at Arsenal and Liverpool on red cards and superstar opponents, Davies conceded there was nothing to excuse the latest mauling.
The defender said: “It was embarrassing, gutless, devastating. It was the worst performance I think I’ve ever been involved in.
“There are times when you can be on a hiding but at least people are doing everything right to try and stop that.
“Here it wasn’t the case. Don’t... read more
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