Alexander left frustrated

Graham Alexander cut a frustrated figure after watching his Fleetwood side throw their unbeaten run in a 2-1 loss to Exeter.

Last Updated: 28/09/13 at 21:31

Graham Alexander: Not impressed

Graham Alexander: Not impressed

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Graham Alexander cut a frustrated figure after watching his Fleetwood side throw away a lead and their unbeaten run in a 2-1 loss to Exeter.

With five men at the back the Grecians frustrated their high-flying hosts before hitting them late on the counter.

It paid dividends, Scot Bennett's double within five second-half minutes cancelling out Matty Blair's opener.

The Cod Army had won their previous four games, and Alexander said: "It was a frustrating afternoon.

"First half they played to frustrate us which you can understand with our recent form.

"The two goals we're not happy with.

"We've taken the lead and taken a backward step.

"We tried to protect the 1-0 rather than playing the same."

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