MILE Jedinak was disappointed Crystal Palace's five-match unbeaten run came to an end against Manchester City on Sunday. Had the Eagles won against the title-chasers, they would have set a new club record in the Premier League after equalling what the 1992/93 squad accomplished. However, Jedinak admitted that it wasn't on his or his team-mates' minds and that there is still a lot for Palace to play for come May 11. "It was always going to be difficult when you put yourself on the backfoot in conceding too early and we didn't really give ourselves too much of a chance," he said. "I thought we were a little bit too open for how we wanted to play and got away from that which has got us success recently. "Although we did battle hard to try and get back in, it just wasn't meant to be. The quality of the opposition was a factor, but we were disappointed with how we started and let them have those two goals. "It is a shame the run has come to an end. I know as much as anybody that we tried to keep that run going, even though we were playing City. "I am not too sure if we thought about previous records, you just try and go about your business. "People will always mention records and bring them up, and fair enough, but going into games you don't really think about that too much. "It's a shame we don't have the record but saying that, what we have done so far has been great. "The fans came out and backed us all the way against City which is fantastic. It was just a little bit disappointing we let them off the hook in a sense. "I felt we let ourselves down a little bit but there is still a lot to play for, in terms of the next couple of games. "I am sure we won't allow ourselves to try and do that sort of thing again."
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