Date: 26th November 2008 at 11:45am
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Paul Tisdale reflects on his sides 1-1 draw with Rotherham on Tuesday.

The Exeter manager believes that his side were second best to Rotherham on the moments that counted: ‘We have to capitalise and not come out second best on the big moments,’ Tisdale told BBC Radio Devon. ‘Today you couldn’t get any bigger moments than a penalty for and a penalty against.

‘We came out on the worst side of both of them.’

Exeter could’ve won, but can only blame themselves for not doing so according to Tisdale, who added: ‘We created more chances than the opposition, proper gilt-edged chances, and we didn’t take them.’

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