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Bristol Rovers assistant boss Andy Mangan says his side can take positives from their 2-0 Carabao Cup defeat at Portman Road last night.

Mangan was standing in for suspended boss Joey Barton and made just three changes to the side which started their League One campaign with a 1-1 draw against Portsmouth on Saturday.

READ MORE: Alex Jones’ verdict on comfortable cup win

Despite that, they were comfortably handled by the Blues, who changed the entire starting XI from Sunday’s win at Sunderland.

Goals from Jack Taylor and Sone Aluko sent Town through, setting up a second round trip to Reading later this month.

Jack Taylor scored on his competitive debut for Town (Image: Steve Waller)

Mangan told BBC Radio Bristol: “Obviously the result could’ve been better. Being beaten 2-0, two crosses coming in. But I thought the performance for periods was really, really positive.

“We’re into an eight week cycle at the moment where we’ve decided to change the way we play a little bit.

“We’ve decided that we can be a little bit more efficient but there are so many positives, we’ve just got to be better in certain areas on the counter.

“Mentality wise, when obviously Ipswich had the ball, I believe our shape at times was really difficult to break down.

“Our lads have got to trust the process and be confident in those situations. All in all, apart from the goals, a positive performance.”

Ipswich Town have won two from two to start the season (Image: Steve Waller)

He added: “Congratulations to Ipswich by the way because I thought they were fantastic.

“They’re doing something a little bit different themselves and I thought it worked really well.

“On another day, we maybe would’ve gotten a couple of goals but we haven’t today and it’s stuff that we need to work on.”