Edgar Davids felt Barnet's 1-1 draw against AFC Wimbledon was not a fair result

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Joint Barnet head coach Edgar Davids believes the Bees 1-1 draw at home to AFC Wimbledon was not a “fair result”.

Barnet played the better football in the opening period but were unable to go in at the interval ahead.

However, Bees striker Jake Hyde opened the scoring with a well worked corner only for Stacy Long to grab an equaliser with just six minutes of normal time remaining.

Davids said: “If you look at the first half we had the better chances and we played better. Then in the second half we didn’t play as well but still we had good chances to score.

“So I do not think it is a fair result.”

He added: “I am a little disappointed but we played some very good football today in the first half but unfortunately it didn’t result in a win.”


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