Director of Rugby Steve Diamond addressed the press after the game on Saturday afternoon and gave his thoughts on the performance.
"Our execution and discipline let us down," admitted Dimes. "We did well to get back into the game in the second half but then our discipline let us down.
"The forward pass to Michael Paterson would have put it away and that was a game-breaker, but I think it was forward to be honest. "I thought there were a few areas of the scrum which didn't go our way but it was our first highly competitive game of the season.
"Our execution wasn't good and Bath deserved to win today. They were a little bit better than us in the key areas.
"There was probably a bit of inexperience there in the last ten minutes. George Ford spotted it, created the overlap and he's a top player. That was the difference really."
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The Sale forward pack were left disappointed after two pick and go tries from Newcastle meant that the Sharks would drop points at home for the first time this season. Hooker Tommy Taylor has said that the way in which the two tries were conceded was frustrating.