Lomas: Two points dropped

Steve Lomas was disappointed to have to settle for a point after his St Johnstone side drew 1-1 at home to Ross County.

Last Updated: 18/11/12 at 09:17 Post Comment

Steve Lomas: We should have won

Steve Lomas: We should have won

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Dave Mackay fired the Saints in front in the 51st minute only for Liam Craig to snatch an equaliser 20 minutes from time.

Lomas said: "I think we should have won it but it's always the way when you don't get that killer second goal.

"The double disappointment is that we switched off at a relatively standard free-kick and they got a little bit of fortune with a deflection which beat Alan Mannus but I thought we should have put the game to bed a lot earlier.

"We had enough chances to win a couple of games and there was some good defending from Ross County as well.

"But I can't fault the performance and attitude towards the game, we just need to be a little more clinical when we do get chances.

"The performance was good and we went about it the right way. I thought if we got the second we might have scored three or four but if you don't take your chances, it comes back and haunts you."

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