Rotherham United Academy Manager Garreth Barker was disappointed his side couldn’t maintain their winning run after a host of missed chances in the 1-1 stalemate with Notts County.
The Millers lead for 89 of the 90 minutes through Tyrone Leuthwaite until a mistake in the closing stages saw the league leaders drop down to second place at Roundwood.
“It was a disappointing,” Barker told www.themillers.co.uk
“We felt we should have won the game. We played good football and created good opportunities so we thought we’d done enough to win the game. We were leading 1-0 up until the 89th minute when an individual error from a central defender brought their centre forwards into play and they equalised.”
Despite the young Millers remaining unbeaten in their start to the season with two wins and two draws, the Academy manager viewed the game as two points dropped after the Millers dominated large parts of the game.
“We don’t see that as a draw, we see it as two points lost because we wanted to remain top of the league and keep the momentum,” he added.
“However, we are still undefeated and haven’t lost a game this season.”