“The lads tried everything to win, we shouldn't have conceded that goal and we should've scored another in the first half," the coach told DAZN of the draw.
“They are a team in good shape, well-organised and solid, so we needed patience. I thought our first half was very good, but maybe because of fatigue, both physical and psychological, we didn't make it count. You can't go into the break on 1-1 after that performance.
“It was difficult to keep that level going, we did create some chances after the break too, but we didn't make that pressure count."