DOWNBEAT Nathan Ake admits "almost everything" went wrong for Cherries during their 1-0 defeat at Crystal Palace.

Despite having a man extra for 70 minutes following Mamadou Sakho's red card, Eddie Howe's men could not make a breakthrough and conceded to a late Jeffrey Schlupp strike.

Asked what didn't go right for Cherries, Ake told afcbTV: "Almost everything I think. From the first minute I think we were second best to everything until the red card.

"The game changed. We had to take care of the ball, we didn't. So that makes it difficult, too many turnovers, too many wrong decisions on the ball, we didn't really create anything.

"Second half we spoke about it, we came out a little bit better, we pinned them in a little bit more but still we didn't create enough. We needed more patience."

Discussing Schlupp's goal, stand-in skipper Ake added: "It's way too easy I think. We have to close him down much earlier.

"Everyone was backing off too much. We need to go to the ball a little bit earlier and it kills the game.

"As a defender, you have to keep a clean sheet, 100 per cent. They didn't create anything almost the whole game.

"You can't concede a goal like that."