GOALSCORER Jamal Lowe admitted that a lack of finishing touches at Bristol City meant “there was still that edge towards the game,” despite dominance, as Cherries couldn’t add to a two-goal lead.

The Jamaican international was awarded a first start by head coach Scott Parker and seized the opportunity to weave inbetween two defenders and turn home a cross from close-range in the first-half.

Jordan Zemura’s second goal had the game all-but wrapped up by the interval, but it was the next 15 minutes of play where Cherries really stepped up a gear.

They peppered Dan Bentley’s goal through shots from Dominic Solanke, Ryan Christie and more – and couldn’t capitalise on a number of scenarios in which they had outnumbered the red shirts in defence.

Asked what it’s like playing in that kind of game, Lowe responded: “It’s nice, but at the same time it was only two so there was still that edge towards the game, they only need one and the game is on its head for however long.

“It would have been nice if it was like you say six, but two got the job done, got the clean sheet for the boys, I don’t think (Mark) Travs had to make a save today so that’s a good sign.”

On his own start and contributions, he added: “Yeah, over the moon.

“To get the first start was good and to top it off with a goal and a clean sheet away from home was good.

“It’s massive obviously, we’ve started the season so well. Unbeaten streak, winning games week-in week-out.”