Gary Johnson refuses to be too dismayed by draw at Bolton
YEOVIL TOWN manager Gary Johnson warned against getting too disappointed with a point at Bolton Wanderers even if the decision that led to the equaliser left him wanting to "slash my wrists".
The Glovers led at the Reebok Stadium thanks to Adam Bogdan's glaring error, the Hungarian goalkeeper allowing Ed Upson's tame shot to squeeze under him.
But Alex Baptiste ensured the honours were shared in the Championship encounter when he headed in Zat Knight's injury-time cross.
Yet again this season, Johnson's men were left ruing their misfortune, adamant the ball was comfortably out of play as Knight hooked into the danger area.
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Despite believing the Glovers had dropped two points, Johnson said: "We've got to be careful that you don't get too carried away with being disappointed with a point at Bolton.
"We're disappointed because we were 1-0 up, albeit a mistake from the 'keeper. Having said that, I thought at that time we looked the most likely to score and I was very pleased with our play during that time in the game.
"We definitely took the game to them, we looked the stronger and we got the goal. Of course, they then go and leave five or six people up there.
"We didn't keep it as much as we should've done. That was a little bit of naivety and inexperience because if they've got six or seven up there, they've only got three men over the field everywhere else and we just needed to get up there end and keep it.
"There was that little bit of naivety and hopefully we will learn quickly from that."
Commenting on the build-up to Bolton's strike, Johnson added: "It's like a broken record, every week we seem to get something where somebody make a poor decision.
"The lads are pretty adamant that the cross was out of play, which is why a few people stopped because they thought it was a yard out of play.
"Don't get me into that again, please don't ask me another question on it because I'm just about to go home and slash my wrists."