Baker believes Harrow Borough deserved at least a point from narrow Wimborne defeat

PUBLISHED: 14:00 26 November 2019

Action from Harrow's clash with Wimborne Town (pic Daniel Gravis/Gravis Visuals)

Action from Harrow's clash with Wimborne Town (pic Daniel Gravis/Gravis Visuals)


Harrow Borough manager Steve Baker believes his side deserved at least a point in their 1-0 defeat at home to Wimborne Town on Saturday.

Aiden Shepherd came off the bench to score the only goal of the game 20 minutes from time to hand Harrow a loss, leaving them 12th in the BetVictor Southern Premier South.

But Baker insists that his side deserved more than they got.

"It was a very disappointing result as it was a game where we had targeted three points," he said.

"I did, however, feel the performance was okay and felt we deserved at least a draw from the game.

"The first half wasn't great on a difficult surface but second half we played some good attacking football but just couldn't find the net.

"It's imperative we get something from Saturday's game at Yate."

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