Lincoln City boss Gary Simpson delighted with Barnet draw
Lincoln City boss Gary Simpson praised his side's work ethic as they battled to the final minute to earn a draw at Barnet.
The Imps found themselves a goal behind at the Hive after Keanu Marsh-Brown danced his way through the Imps defence and around goalkeeper Paul Farman to slot home for Barnet on 56 minutes.
However, City refused to give in and in the depths of injury time they scored an equaliser as Jon Nolan reacted quickly to bury the ball into the back of net following a goal mouth scramble.
"I think it would have been a travesty if we hadn't taken something out of the game," said Simpspon.
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"I thought for long periods of the game we created better chances and thought we were in control of it, if I'm honest. They had a bit of possession, that's the way they play.
"It was a fitting result, because the support was unbelievable. They kept going the lads. We slipped up last week, but they are learning. To score with the last kick of the game was deserving.
"I look at Paul Farman, he's not had a lot to do all game. It was a wonder goal from Barnet. It was a goal to win any game. It was great composure, it was a good goal, but for 90 minutes we were terrific. The lads that came in were superb and as a team, terrific."