Goalscorer Callum Robinson said the draw with Gillingham felt like a loss after conceding an injury-time equaliser.
The England youth international grabbed the second goal of the game in injury-time of the first half, but was quick to admit that the second half wasn’t good enough from the Lilywhites.
“It feels like a loss,” he told PNE Player, despite North End making it 15 games unbeaten. “Everyone is down and we are gutted that we let it slip.
“Our plan was to repeat what we did in the first half and keep the ball and it is down to us that we didn’t do that.”
Robinson scored his seventh goal in a PNE shirt and felt the game should have been all over by half-time: “The game should have been done in the first half, but the second half wasn’t good enough and we know that.
“We have to move on to Friday now. We have been speaking about putting it right in the dressing room. This game has gone now, we have to forget about it and get back on training and get ready for Friday.”
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