Barrow manager Pete Wild says this afternoon's 1-0 defeat away at Crawley Town was the first time his side hasn't started well this season.
The slow start was punished by Ashley Nadesan's decisive goal for the hosts, just six minutes into the game.
A long ball from Crawley goalkeeper Ellery Balcombe found its way to the feet of Dom Telford, who then whizzled a well placed ball across the box for Nadesan to convert at the far post.
"Crawley started well and punished us.
"I said to the players that the first twenty minutes has cost us.
"We've dominated for 70 minutes, but have given them something to hold on to."