Jimmy Bell says Stanley should have got something from their 4-3 defeat against Swindon after a late fightback.

The visitors were 4-0 up at the end of normal time after goals from Dan Kemp, Jake Young, Saidou Khan and Charlie Austin.

The Reds nearly produced an incredible comeback, with Korede Adedoyin pulling one back before Brad Hills scored twice in three minutes.

But Swindon survived the late scare to secure the three points and climb above Stanley in the League Two table.

Bell, facing the media after John Coleman was sent off at half-time, said: “It was a never-say-die performance and we should have got something out of the game at the end.

“We have had large majority of attempts at goal, more possession, more shots on target, more corners and somehow we ended up 4-0 down. It was a crazy game.

“But after that the players showed a resilience to try and get something out of the game, their heads never went down.

“We know there are a lot of things we have to sort out defensively. I am disappointed we got beat at home and conceded four goals but what we showed at the end is something to build on.”

On Coleman’s dismissal, he added: “John was annoyed at a couple of decisions by the referee and he wasn’t allowed to come back on.”