Lincoln City boss Gary Simpson says Nuneaton draw feels like a defeat
Lincoln City boss Gary Simpson rued Andy Brown's late equaliser for Nuneaton Town as he insisted the 2-2 draw felt like a "defeat".
Brown struck with just six minutes remaining when he converted Danny Sleath's cross at the near post giving Paul Farman no chance.
It was harsh on City who bossed the second half having fought back to take a 2-1 lead following Wes York's second minute goal.
But strikes from Tom Miller and Jon Nolan were ultimately not enough leaving Simpson frustrated.
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"In some ways I thought we did enough to win the game because we were the better side for large spells," he said.
"To come to the side who are second in the league who on their own patch and be disappointed shows progress.
"We've dropped down the league a little bit yet we are still only three points off second.
"Sometimes you get a point and it feels like a win today probably felt more like a defeat than a draw."