Manager Steve Davis was left frustrated after a fourth successive draw for Crewe Alexandra against Leyton Orient at Gresty Road.
|“We created some good chances but didn’t take enough of them and that has been the same story in the last few games” – Steve Davis|
Matt Tootle crashed the hosts in front with barely a minute played but midfielder Martin Rowlands soon equalised from another quality finish.
The visitors later had Anthony Griffith sent-off for a second cautionable offence after AJ Leitch-Smith had already struck against their woodwork.
“We created some good chances but didn’t take enough of them and that has been the same story in the last few games,” Davis told Crewe’s official website. “They have managed to score with a decent volley, and we have gone in at half-time level.
“But then we have come out for the second-half completely different, it was like I had sent another set of players out,” he added. “The players have got to try and sustain their performance throughout the 90 minutes, but having said that, we had a very young team out.”
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