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12 November 2016

Darren Sarll reflected on late heartbreak as his side came back from a goal behind, only to concede in the final seconds resulting in a 2-2 draw against Yeovil.

Ben Kennedy scored twice in the second half to put Boro in control but a late deflected equaliser for the visitors left a sour taste in the mouth.

“I thought the performance was good part from that last moment. Maybe the first ten minutes of the second half we were poor, I would have liked us to come out a bit quicker like how we finished the first half, definitely.

“It takes the shine off a performance where we have come back from a goal behind. Ben has obviously showcased his talents to everyone and those talents deserved to win the football match.

“All you ask for your forward players is to make one or score one and Ben did that and more.”

Sarll says that there is only one thing to blame for the dropped two points – concentration.

“Concentration has let us down. Concentration in the moment where Hedges beats our defender one v one. And obviously defensive organisation in the final minutes, when everyone really should be at their most alert. We switched off and we have paid a massive price for that lack of concentration.

“It has taken a massive gloss off the work we did in order to get back into the game, obviously heading towards a win.

“They do work hard as a group of players but I want more. I think we all want more. I am disappointed for everyone again; we are so close yet so far.” 

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