In attacking situations we just make the worst decisions.
Sometimes they're just taken in an unnecessary rush - like Bishop getting to the byline early on and passing it nowhere near any forward players.
Sometimes it's a refusal to actually make a decision, like pretty much every time we recycle the ball on the edge of their penalty area.
Sometimes it's bizarre decisions, like Chambers collecting an over-hit cross then gently rolling about 5 yards behind our forward line and setting them away on a counter attack.
What connects them all is that universally, every player, every bloody time, makes the wrong decision.