“The good thing is that we’ve got bodies to come back in. We’re hoping that Stuart Beavon will train on Thursday and we’ve got Oli McBurnie to come in.
“We were a bit restricted in terms of our firepower tonight so we knew it would be a tough task against a very good side – a lot of their boys are internationals and Oli McBurnie is a sought-after striker.
“We made mistakes throughout the game but we kept going and showed a decent attitude and in my opinion deservedly got the equaliser.
“The first half was a very technical game, waiting for each other to make mistakes, but it became more of a cup tie in the second half. We forced them into a few mistakes but we weren’t productive enough – I was disappointed we didn’t make more of our pressure in the first 15 minutes of the second half.
“Penalty shoot-outs are always hard – the last one I remember was the play-off final against Rotherham when were 2-1 up and got beaten. But to be fair to the lads they took their penalties really smartly and Reice Charles-Cook made two great saves for us.”
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