JASON Tindall admitted it was "disappointing" to see Cherries present their former player Harry Wilson with his goalscoring chance, but added: "Nine time out of 10 it ends up in the back of the net".

Wilson struck seven goals for Cherries during a loan spell from Liverpool last season, but returned to haunt his former club with his first goal for new side Cardiff City on Wednesday evening.

The 23-year-old, who joined on a season-long deal from the Reds last week, swept in from 16 yards to cancel out Dominic Solanke's opener and earn Cardiff a 1-1 draw in south Wales.

"It’s disappointing that we end up conceding the goal, because I don’t think Cardiff created too many chances," Tindall told the Daily Echo.

"I felt we defended really well for the majority of the game, limited them to very, very few chances.

"But as we know and as we’ve seen for ourselves, Harry Wilson from that kind of distance, you present him with a chance like that, nine times out of 10 it ends up in the back of the net.

"Unfortunately for us tonight it proved to be a little bit costly."