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22 November 2016

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Video reaction from the Hatters boss.

Hatters boss Nathan Jones has urged his side to start another unbeaten run at Exeter on Saturday after Portsmouth took all three points in front of the biggest crowd of the season at Kenilworth Road tonight.

“I’m disappointed with the result, but I thought they deserved it on the night,” said Jones, whose side were nine league games unbeaten going into tonight's match. 

“We started really well. The offside goal, which I need to see again, was maybe a big turning point.

“But to be fair, they came here, they worked hard and they pressed us. It was a good game, a real good game. 

“I felt the real turning point was just before half-time when they got the second goal, because I felt that it gave them a real lift. But they had the better chances, they hit the bar, they’ve gone wide with a chance and I think they probably edged it. 

“But my players gave me everything, fair play to them. I’m disappointed with the result, but we dust ourselves off because we’ve got to go on another run now.”

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