WEYMOUTH boss Mark Molesley felt his side’s 1-1 Vanarama National League South draw with 10-man Slough Town was a “topsy-turvy” encounter.

Abdulai Baggie put the Terras ahead in the fifth minute before Weymouth were incensed by what they felt was a soft penalty given against Stephane Zubar, who was ruled to have brought down Matt Lench, Ben Harris converting in the 25th minute.

Francis Amartey was sent off for a reckless tackle on Josh Wakefield but Slough survived a late Terras’ onslaught.

Molesley told Echosport: “It was a topsy-turvy one, we started well and it went a bit backfoot for our usual performance.

“Fair play to Slough, they pressed us and tried to make life difficult – maybe that fourth game bit us a little bit.

“We had plenty of chances and were knocking on the door, we just couldn’t find that breakthrough unfortunately.

“It’s a tough place to come and we’re still unbeaten, so there’s plenty of positives and plenty of stuff to improve on.”

Dorset Echo

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