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25 February 2017

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The Town boss thought his side should have taken all three points

Hatters boss Nathan Jones was left disappointed as his side took a point against Plymouth Argyle in a match that the Town dominated for long spells.

Danny Hylton’s wonderful finish after a break from inside his own box gave his team the lead with eight minutes on the clock, before the visitors equalised through Craig Tanner’s tap in 17 minutes later.

That point on the back of the draw at Doncaster means Jones’ team have taken four points off both the top two teams in Sky Bet League Two, but the Hatters gaffer felt his side should have taken all three available this afternoon.  

He said: “I am disappointed really. I thought we were the better side. We started magnificently well and then didn’t really capitalise and continue that.

“As soon as we got the goal, we tend to drop off a little bit and that allowed them to take a breath, because we really had them on the ropes at that time.

“We are very disappointed with the goal, but our second half performance was superb. The only thing we couldn’t do was get the ball in the net.

“In terms of performance levels I am very proud of them. We showed what a good side we are, what a strong, good side we are. It’s just I am disappointed we didn’t get all three points.

“We are a good counter attacking side, we have shown that, this season we have been very good. It was a wonderful counter attacking goal and a good finish, and we expect that from Danny.”

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