Adelaide United winger Ryan Kitto has bemoaned his side's lack of attacking quality after Sydney FC's 1-0 away win at Coopers Stadium on Friday night.
Bobo scored the only goal of the game in the first half, but United had the majority of the chances.
While the Reds had 11 shots, only one was on target, which was a telling statistic.
"It was pretty disappointing," Kitto told Fox Sports. "We had many entries into the box.
"We just weren't able to get a clear-cut cross and a good chance.
"We didn't score and they had one chance and they scored. They were clinical."
Kitto pinpointed his side's poor crossing as a reason for their failure to score.
United have now only managed 10 goals in nine games.
"I think first and foremost i don't think the quality was there with the crosses," Kitto said.
"It's something we need to work on. If the quality is there in the cross than it gives them a chance to attack the ball.
"We'll work on it and it's positive we're creating chances, getting in good spaces but we just have to have a bit more quality."