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Poyet slams his slow starters
Gus Poyet tonight accused his Albion side of being too slow out of traps against the leaders.
The Seagulls boss felt it took until the second half for his men to really get going in the 1-0 defeat to Leicester.
Albion were sunk by a tenth-minute Andy King strike.
They failed to trouble home goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel until after the break.
Poyet said: "Every player in any league in the world should be ready to start the game against the leaders of the division.
"We should be expecting a little bit more. We created nothing in the first half.
"It looked like we were happy to be losing 1-0 because we kept passing the ball and not committing forward until we told them.
"When we told them at half-time they decided to start attacking and then there was only one team on the pitch until we opened up and left a few breaks to the opposition."
Albion have netted just once in their last five games.
Poyet added: "How are we going to score? Who knows?"