Luton manager Nathan Jones was left frustrated after his side conceded an injury-time equalizer in their game against Millwall at Kenilworth Road.
found a 95th-minute equalizer from
’ close-range header. With seconds left on the clock, the ball was crossed towards
, who headed across goal to
from close range.
: “It’s disappointing with the lateness of the goal and the manner.
“We knew when they brought Matt Smith on what’s going to happen and we’ve worked for that and we’ve had a big enough side.
“We’ve had two six-foot-plus players marking him on the back post and we still lose the header, so it’s very disappointing the manner of their goal.
“The performance was positive, we made a lot of changes, it was chalk and cheese from the ineptitude that we showed on Saturday (against Stoke) so at least we had a reaction from them.
“When you’ve only got one you’re always susceptible, especially against a side like these who go direct and we’ve come unstuck with that.
“I’m really disappointed, it’s really hard to speak about all the positives as I feel so down and so disappointed for them, for us, because we probably deserved three points tonight.