We weren't at our best, says Exeter boss

Tisdale was relieved his side rescued a point at the death
Tisdale was relieved his side rescued a point at the death
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Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale admitted he was pleased with a point as his side battle back from two goals down to draw with Blackpool.

Striker Reuben Reid headed home in injury time to secure a point for the Grecians as the Seasiders squandered a 2-0 lead for the second week running.

Tisdale said he was more than happy to take a point given his side didn't play to the best of their ability.

“It was a really good point,” Tisdale said.

“I don’t think we played our best, but there was a strong wind and it was a difficult first half. We didn’t really make the best of the second half.

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"So, I would have liked to have seen us play a little bit better but we have come back from 2-0 down and a point keeps us going.

“I think we always believed we could get a goal and at 2-1 you have just got that one goal to get back into it.

“I thought if we had got that second goal early enough we would have been odds on to get a third. However, it was late and it wasn’t the perfect performance.

"There were parts of our game where we could and should have been a bit better but we were full of intent, determination and effort and the players deserved to get back into it.”