Craig Hignett was left frustrated after seeing his side forced
to settle for a point against AFC Fylde despite holding a two-goal lead at
Two stunning strikes from former Fylde front man Gime Toure
put Pools in the driving seat but Hignett and the crowd were left stunned asthe visitors scored twice in as many minutes to salvage a draw.
“They're a really good side who keep the ball well but ourgameplan worked to a tee,” Hignett told Pools TV.
“They were two great finishes from Gime but, if I am being
critical, we needed to be more clinical because we had loads of chances wherewe got in but didn't pick the right pass.
“It's two points dropped really. As much as they had a lot
of the ball, we've created all the best chances so it's disappointing but thereare things to build on.
“It's the worst thing for a manager because I feel like we
deserved to win the game; the lads had a right good go but we couldn't quiteget over the line and get the three points.
“We will learn from it though. We have to just kill the game
and be more clinical but the little things are costing us and every mistake wemake is being punished.
“We had to patch it up and we had to change the system but
there were still lads playing tonight who were really struggling so a mentionneeds to go to them for getting through it.”