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26 November 2016

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The assistant boss was happy with the performance

Hatters assistant manager Paul Hart said he was pleased with a point after Town drew 0-0 on the road against Exeter City.

A point for Nathan Jones’ side maintained their place in fifth in League Two, as they made it four clean sheets in their last five matches. 

The Hatters came closest to scoring when a burst into the box from Isaac Vassell cut the Exeter defence open. The striker played the ball back for Olly Lee, but the midfielder’s effort was clawed away by the Grecians’ keeper, Christy Pym.

Speaking after the match, Hart said: “A clean sheet again, that’s four in five and we possibly could have won it I felt. We are pleased with the performance, it was a tough game. 

“We created enough for us I thought to score from. We are away from home, Exeter isn’t an easy place to come. 

“I did think we ought to have had a penalty on Hylton, but overall I am delighted with the team’s performance.”

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