BURNLEY boss Sean Dyche had mixed feelings as he praised his side for rescuing a point at Peterborough – but admitting his frustration at not claiming all three points.
The Clarets led through Charlie Austin’s early goal but Tommy Rowe scored twice after the interval to put the hosts in front.
Martin Paterson made it 2-2 four minutes from time before being denied a winner by keeper Bobby Olejnik.
“In the first half we controlled the feel of the game and obviously it was a fine goal,” Dyche said.
“We were looking in good shape at half time but Peterborough came out and had a real go, which I know they do at home.
“It was a very poor goal from our point of view, then at 2-1 you think the game is getting away.
“But to be fair to our boys the one thing we’ve instilled is to never say never and to keep going.
“In the last six or seven minutes we nicked the goal to get to 2-2 and then the keeper made a fantastic save.
“That was a pleasing aspect but there was frustration in the second half overall.”