Stoke City manager Michael O'Neill was not pleased with his team after they were beaten 2-1 at home by Blackburn Rovers.
The manager made two changes going into the game.
Sam Vokes and James McClean came in for Lee Gregory and Badou Ndiaye who were on the bench.
Stoke went behind on 13 minutes when Bradley Dack fired home from close range after a scramble from a corner.
The Potters looked to have secured a point when they equalised ten minutes from time.
Scott Hogan's header from a corner was deflected home off Corry Evans.
But the visitor won it on 84 minutes, Dack released Elliott Bennett down the right and his cross was swept home by Sam Gallagher.
The result leaves Stoke in the bottom three.
Michael O'Neill's side are back in action on Saturday when they make the trip to Hull City.