Peterhead boss Jim McInally felt his side could have won their Scottish Cup tie with Morton after a controversial equaliser.
Jack Iredale appeared to foul Jamie Stevenson before crossing for Bob McHugh to head home shortly before half-time.
McInally, pictured, said: “I said to the players at half-time although we’d done OK in the first half I felt we were better than what we’d shown.
“I said to them to take more care and play more and in the second half we were the best side.
“With a little bit better decision making we could have won the game because we got into some decent positions.
“We’ve maybe missed our chance to a certain extent because the replay is on Tuesday and we have a lot of aches and pains.
“We’ve shown we have a squad which means we can change the team if we need to if one or two boys are struggling.
“We’re a bit disappointed because their goal is a foul. I don’t know what happens if they don’t get the goal but we might have won the game.
“Jamie Stevenson says the ball was out and then five minutes from the end Jamie got a foul for exactly the same.
“The referee said he saw the ‘foul’ for the goal but didn’t think it was bad enough which is disappointing.
“It came from a throw-in that wasn’t even their’s. I’m moaning but I’m delighted with the players.”