Albion head coach Graham Potter was disappointed after his side were knocked out of the Carabao Cup by Manchester United at the Amex.

Albion lost 3-0 after goals from Scott McTominay, Juan Mata and a free kick from substitute Paul Pogba.

However, Potter admitted he was disappointed with the defeat.

He said:“Well disappointed because we lost and we are out of the competition, so we are disappointed with that.

"It was quite an even first half, both teams had a bit of territory, both teams had half chances.

"We were in the game, but then I was really disappointed with the goal we conceded before half time, it was a cheap one and poor from our point of view.

"Second half we responded well, pushed them back for periods.

"We had a really good chance and their goalkeeper makes a really good save, if we score that momentum shifts a bit.

"Up until the second goal it was really even, but in the end 3-0 looks a tough scoreline.

"But it I think it was a competitive game from our perspective, but the margins that you need at this level, we didn't have."