David Dunn felt his Barrow side should have won at high-flying Cambridge.
Dunn’s side scored in the 96th minute to grab a point and prevent the U’s from moving top of League Two.
Matt Platt headed home at the death to cancel out Joe Ironside’s opener for Mark Bonner’s Cambridge and earn Dunn’s team a point that he felt was the very least they deserved.
“People are saying we deserved that. I don’t feel we did deserve that, I think we deserved to win the game,” said Dunn afterwards.
“Bolton did that to us the other week and it’s sickening, but it’s always good to score those last-minute equalisers or winners.
“Our passing was excellent, the rotation of the front lads was really good. I was delighted, and I was absolutely gutted when they scored. Without being too critical, again I was thinking is that Barrow? Is that us, that we play really well and look good and then concede another sloppy goal?
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