Date: 26th March 2014 at 9:21am
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Rovers manager Gary Bowyer left Vicarage Road last night with mixed feelings, pleased with the late point Rovers merited – but feeling like they deserved the full house of points available.

The away side were dominant for long spells but found themselves 3-2 down when the clock hit 90 minutes, only for Rudy Gestede to emerge in injury time with a towering header to rescue a point at the death.

But despite the relief of a point salvaged, the Rovers boss felt his side were worth more.

‘I thought we were excellent as an away team,’ said Bowyer after the game.

‘In the second half until the referee gives the penalty we were comfortable, I couldn’t see them coming into it. But it gave them a lift, it gave them a buzz, but then we responded ever so well again.

‘Rudy Gestede was unplayable and it is right that he gets the deserved equaliser, that was the minimum that we should have walked away with.’

Rovers are next in action on Saturday, when they are back in London to face Millwall.