Exeter City's Paul Tisdale disappointed with point
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Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale says he is disappointed that his side did not hold on to their lead in their
City took a first-half lead through Richard Logan but Robin Shroot equalised with 25 minutes left.
The result sees City drop to one place above the relegation zone, a point clear of fourth-from-bottom Walsall.
"I feel disappointed because it's a draw and we were leading," Tisdale told BBC Radio Devon after the match.
"Probably my only disappointment is how we did for those 20 minutes after half time, partly because they came out, a goal down with nothing to lose and they have to play like that, but we didn't pass the ball well enough.
"You have to find one or two passes to relieve the pressure and move yourself up the pitch and we found ourselves camped in for too long.
"But the players gave everything, we got a point, we weren't perfect and again we were in with a chance of winning a game at home so we've got to continue with that," Tisdale added.