By Mark Ritson MILE Jedinak is refusing to be too downbeat following Monday's 3-1 defeat to Sunderland and says there were positives to take from the game. Palace had the visitors pinned back for spells in the contest but fell to sucker punch for the opening goal when they were arguably on top. And Jedinak insisted there was only one team in it after their equaliser thanks to Wes Brown's own goal and that they were "desperately" trying for a second. "There are still positives to take away," he said. "We did what we wanted in terms of pinning them into their own half. "We knew if we gave them a chance to get comfortable they'd work their way into the game. "It wasn't really anything apart from the lapse of concentration to let them in for the first goal and the second. "We have to be stronger as a unit. Hopefully the results will then take care of themselves. "We were desperately trying to get that second goal. Making that pressure count is key for us, especially when we were so on top. "Take nothing away from Sunderland. They came to us for a fight and put up a great one. They got what they came for and we can see we were dominant but at the end of the day they got the three points."
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