Dublin boss Anthony Daly saw his side secure a nine point win in Pairc Ui Chaoimh on Sunday (4-14 to 1-14), but knows the performance was less than satisfactory against a Cork development side. "I wasn't happy going out onto the field that we were 100% right - and we played like that," said Daly after the 4-14 to 1-14 win. "In the second half, some of the lads were in the comfort zone thinking that the wind would win it for them. Goals don't come when you don't go to the ball. "We will get blown out of it against Galway next week if we don't go to the ball."
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