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Paul Raynor was satisfied after seeing Rotherham United clock up a second successive clean sheet on the road and seal another point away from home.
The Millers, who were backed heavily by a strong travelling support drew 0-0 at Bootham Crescent, in a game that saw both sides have a number of chances to win the game.
“It’s an away point,” said Raynor. “It’s a difficult place to come York, it always has been. On the balance of play it was even in the first half but I expected a little more from us in the final third. We got the ball in good areas but gave it away cheaply in the final third. We could have been a bit more incisive in that area.”
After failing to make the breakthrough in the first period, Kieran Agard was introduced at half time, allowing Lionel Ainsworth more space in the area vacated by Ben Pringle. The tricky winger carved out a number of opportunities for himself, but he was unable to find the target.
“We made the change and got Lionel on the ball a bit more and I think that worked and he opened the game up for us but he should have got himself a goal which is disappointing because he’s usually a steady composed finisher in training. The difference is, this isn’t training,” Raynor added.
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