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Keane pulls no punches after draw

PUBLISHED: 09:21 21 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:48 06 July 2010

IPSWICH Town boss Roy Keane admitted that Watford's last-ditch equaliser in Tuesday night's 1-1 draw, was another “big kick in the teeth.”

The Championship's basement dwellers were undone by substitute Nathan Ellington's dramatic equaliser in the fourth and final minute of injury time, to snatch the unlikeliest of points for the lucky Hornets.

IPSWICH Town boss Roy Keane admitted that Watford's last-ditch equaliser in Tuesday night's 1-1 draw, was another “big kick in the teeth.”

The Championship's basement dwellers were undone by substitute Nathan Ellington's dramatic equaliser in the fourth and final minute of injury time, to snatch the unlikeliest of points for the lucky Hornets.

“Watford rode their luck. But if you don't take your chances in this game, then you get kicked in the teeth, and that was another kick in the teeth for us,” confessed Keane.

“We certainly don't score enough goals. I don't know if it was bad finishing or good goalkeeping this time, but we need to be taking our chances.”


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