Colchester United 0-0 Millwall
Neil Harris felt it was two points dropped rather than one gained for his play-off chasing Millwall side after their 0-0 draw at relegation-haunted Colchester.
The Lions missed several excellent chances and Chris Taylor hit a post as they were forced to settle for a point at the Weston Homes Community Stadium.
Harris said: ``The feeling is one of disappointment and I feel it's a case of two points dropped.
``I saw Colchester at Coventry the other night and they deserved to win the game. They have some very good attacking players.
``They have a bit of momentum at the moment and we probably played them at the wrong time.
``But with the form we've been in and the ability we've shown, we should come here and won the game.
``We had four clearcut chances and hit the post, but having said that Colchester defended really well.
``The biggest thing for me is that we were well below our best and I have to look at our preparation and decide why we were so lacklustre at times.''
Lee Gregory spurned two good first-half opportunities for the visitors and Taylor also missed a good chance, while at the other end Lions keeper Jordan Archer denied Elliot Lee.
Archer pushed away Gavin Massey's long-range strike before another Gregory effort was smothered by keeper Elliot Parish and Taylor's deflected shot struck a post as the spoils were shared.
Harris, whose side slip a place to sixth following the result, added: ``We had enough chances to win the game and Lee would expect to put at least one away.
``He's been clinical for a period of time now but today somebody must have moved the goals just as he was about to shoot.''
Second-bottom Colchester are now unbeaten in three matches, picking up seven points along the way.
However, they are still seven points adrift of safety, with six games remaining.
U's boss Kevin Keen said: ``It was a very competitive game and I'm really pleased that we've come out with a clean sheet.
``I'm disappointed that we didn't win the game but if I'm being realistic, a draw was probably about right.
``We started well and played some really good stuff but then we lost our way a little bit and dropped a little bit too deep.
``But Millwall are a good team; they're physical and they have a real go for their fans.
``We still need to win games and we've known that for a long time.
``As much as we need to win football matches, I think you can see from the last four or five performances that the club as a whole is going in the right direction.
``The players are playing with heart and soul and are playing for the fans and having a right go.
``We have to go to Blackpool next week and give it a right go.''