BARNET striker Harry Crawford was disappointed his side were unable to come away from Aldershot Town with three points in tow.
 
The former Dartford man grabbed a goal and an assist in a dramatic final 15 minutes at the Recreation ground as the Bees came back from 3-1 down to claim a draw.

But despite ending the game on a high, Crawford admitted the men from the Hive were disappointed it took them so long to get going in dreadful conditions.
 
Crawford said: “It’s disappointing as we wanted to win – same as Saturday – but was great walk away with a point, which didn’t likely with 15 minutes to go.
 
 ““I’m happy to score a goal, but we know ourselves that it wasn’t good enough, first-half especially, which has been the occasion a few times this season. We need to improve on that.
 
“We showed character to get ourselves back into the game at 3-1 down, showing our team-spirit, but we definitely need to improve.”
 
Crawford was also delighted to see his fellow striker Marciano Mengerink get on the scoresheet.

He added: “Marciano works hard every day, so he deserves his goal. It will do his confidence a world of good, and will help the team, so well done Marciano.”

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