Rowett: Performance by Brewers deserved draw at Northampton
MANAGER Gary Rowett insisted that he was not disappointed with Burton Albion's performances away from home despite a third consecutive defeat on the road at Northampton Town on Saturday.
"I'm not disappointed with the performance, just the result. I felt the performance was enough to warrant a point," said Rowett.
"We knew they'd put us under pressure and I thought we dealt with it.
"I think we're not playing badly away from home but we're being a bit unfortunate, although I'm aware that it's something we'd like to improve on.
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"I'm disappointed because we dealt with what they were going to do really strongly and had three or four opportunities where balls were put in the box and we wanted someone to go and get a toe-end on it."
Rowett refused to condemn goalkeeper Dean Lyness after his hesitation offered Northampton striker Adebayo Akinfenwa the opening to loop a header over him for the only goal of the game after 70 minutes.
"Dean got caught in two minds and he maybe made the wrong decision but he's been great for us and I'm not going to have a go at him," said Rowett.
"We shouldn't have left (Akinfenwa) free to start with."