Harrogate Town's draw with Crawley Town is a result 'we can build on', says Connor Hall
Having taken just one point from their previous four League Two outings, Connor Hall believes that Saturday’s draw against Crawley is a result which Harrogate Town can build on.
The Sulphurites made a fast start to their first-ever season in the EFL, but have gone off the boil somewhat in recent weeks.
And, they looked set to finish up empty-handed for the fourth time in five league matches, trailing as they did to Max Watters’s first-half strike with time running out at the EnviroVent Stadium.
Top-scorer Jack Muldoon would however rescue a well-deserved point with an 85th-minute goal, leaving centre-half Hall and his fellow team-mates with some positives to reflect upon.
”I think you’ve got to be pleased with a point in the end. We weren’t at the races in the first half, we came in a goal down and had it all to do, but we finished the game as the team in the ascendancy,” the 27-year-old said.
“A point after the difficult few games that we’ve had gets us back on the board. It is a big point for us from being 1-0 down.
“Ideally we’d have loved to have won that game but we didn’t play at all well in the first half and have managed to come back and get a point. We could maybe even have nicked all three.
“We can build on this result. It’s not a loss, so we’ll take the positives from it and move onto the next game. Hopefully we can push on now and get a few more wins and climb up the table.”