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Brisbane skipper Moore disappointed with late Wellington goal

Brisbane Roar captain Craig Moore was disappointed to give up full points for the second match in a row.

The Roar let Melbourne Victory back in the match last week to draw 3-3 after leading 2-0 and 3-1 and this week, an 85th-minute Chris Greenacre goal forced them to share the points with Wellington Phoenix.

Moore said it was simply not good enough to let teams in at the end.

''That's two weeks in a row where we've given away two points," Moore said.

"It was a case of us being poor. On today's performance we didn't deserve anymore."

Moore also commented on the officiating, saying the referees were not being judged like the players and coaches.

''As players we're judged by our performances; managers are judged by their results and what we do on and off the field," he added.

''At the moment it seems to be a little bit different for referees. I'm not talking about today's game, I'm talking in general. I think, unfortunately, there are not being held accountable for poor performances.''

Andrew Slevison
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