Micky Barron felt his side were worth at least a share of the points in their game against Yeovil Town at Huish Park.The temporary boss was left frustrated after seeing his team locked out by a dogged defensive display from the hosts during a one-sided second period.
Chances came and went but Pools could not find the vital breakthrough after falling behind to Joe Edwards' early strike in Somerset.
"I thought we started the game a little slowly and conceded a goal which should have been stopped," Barron admitted when speaking to Pools Player.
"After that I felt we were comfortable - we kept the ball well enough in the first half without really creating any chances but in the second half we had numerous opportunities.
"I think if we had got the equaliser we would have gone on to win the game but at times it didn't break for us and then when it did we didn't get the right contact on the ball.
"We got in to good areas in the second half but we didn't take the chances - it's unfortunate because I don't think the players or the fans deserve to leave with nothing.
"You can't ask any more than they gave today, the performance was a good one but again we're saying that and we haven't got anything out of it.
"However, if we keep playing like that I'm sure we'll pick up some wins."
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