Goalscorer Robert Thomson speaks to Jonathan Mitchell after earning his side a point with a fine header away at Inverness Caledonian Thistle. But the forward also felt he could have scored a second to snatch all three points.
Although the hitman was pleased to get off the mark in the Ladbrokes Championship, he couldn’t help but think it could have been a double:
“It’s always nice to get a goal – and that’s my first in the league. I’m just maybe disappointed not to get a second one.
“I had another chance at the stramash and was a wee bit disappointed with that. It fell to me but I just couldn’t get much power on it and the keeper’s fallen on top of it.
“Am I crediting the keeper with a good save? Nah, I probably should have done better and maybe taken a touch.”
Thomson felt a point apiece was a fair result on the day, though, adding:
“I think the 1-1 draw was a fair reflection of the game. We never started well enough and they obviously went up 1-0.
“It was under par, but the second half was a different story. Credit to us, we went on and played some good football.
“Overall, if you’d said at half-time that we’d come away with a point, we’d have taken it. So we’ve got to be happy with the result.”
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