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Monday, March 18, 2013
Dagenham & Redbridge picked up their fifth point out of nine with a 1-1 draw at home to Burton Albion on Saturday and Wayne Burnett felt it was the least they deserved for their efforts.
Daggers interim manager Wayne Burnett believed a share of the spoils was a fair result at the weekend as he saw his side draw 1-1 with the in-form Burton Albion.
Albion took a first half lead through Lee Bell’s driven effort bit the Daggers responded positively in the second and deservedly levelled when Josh Scott scored his second in as many games.
And though Burton had chances late on through Jacques Maghoma, Burnett feels a draw was the right outcome.
“I think it was probably a fair result in the end, they are the team in form at the moment and going a goal behind was difficult,” said Burnett.
“But we responded in the second half and got the equaliser. I think the draw is probably a fair result.”
Burnett was frustrated by his side’s first half performance but after bringing on Louis Dennis at the break Daggers improved.
“We couldn’t get any tempo or intensity to our game,” he added.
“When we did it kept breaking down so we changed it at half time, changed personnel and Louis came on and did okay. Overall it was a much better performance in the second half.”