Bedlington Terriers defender Adam Harvey believes his side “lacked composure” in the final third in the game against Newcastle Benfield.
The youngster said: “We made chances, it’s just that we didn’t have the composure to put them away.
“I did believe that we were going to go on and get the equaliser. We pushed on, we had them on the back foot all second half and we could have scored plenty of goals.”
Terriers were dominant after the break but they were unable to find a way of breaking down Benfield’s defence.
Harvey, who had a spell at Sheffield Wednesday’s academy, was awarded Bedlington’s man of the match for his outstanding all-round performance.
Manager Gary Innes said: “I thought Adam’s performance today was good, he was positive going forward and solid in defence.
“His effort was second to none and he deserved to be awarded man of the match.”
Harvey Added: “I thought I played alright, but at the end of the day I battled for the team and I worked as hard as I could.”