Date: 21st November 2011 at 11:53am
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Birmingham manager Chris Hughton was not happy with the result his side got in the game with Peterborough on Saturday, he felt a draw was not enough.

The 1-1 draw made it four games without a win for Blues, although thins looked good when Marlon King struck the game`s opening goal in the 23rd minute.

But Grant McCann made sure that Posh went home with a share of the spoils when he silenced the St Andrews crowd with an equaliser.

Hughton said: ‘I am immensely frustrated and disappointed to be part of a game where we dominated the first half (and didn’t win).

‘I think the problem when you have such dominance you have to put your chances away.

‘At 1-0 at half-time I still felt we would go on to win the game. In free play I could not see them scoring a goal.

‘But we gave away a poor free-kick on the edge of the penalty area and Grant McCann has that type of quality to score”.


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