'A Gut Wrencher' - Mat Sadler Reacts as Walsall Draw with Crawley Town 'A Gut Wrencher' - Mat Sadler Reacts as Walsall Draw with Crawley Town
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'A Gut Wrencher' - Mat Sadler Reacts as Walsall Draw with Crawley Town

Here is how Walsall boss Mat Sadler saw the match between the Saddlers and Crawley Town.
Walsall boss Mat Sadler spoke of his disappointment as a late leveller saw his side and visitors Crawley Town take a share of the spoils during a chilly evening at Poundland Bescot Stadium.

Going into the game on the back of a bounce-back draw with Newport County, the Saddlers were given a dose of their own medicine as Danilo Orsi-Dadomo cancelled out Danny Johnson's third goal of the season with a goal deep into second-half stoppage time.

When asked whether Tuesday's draw feels like two points dropped, Sadler, who was speaking via the Express & Star, said; "It certainly does.

"Mostly because we earned it and when someone takes something away from you, which you earned, it hurts. I thought we were brilliant second half.

"We ran them into the ground, and there was a spell after Freddie went down, where I looked around at their players, and they were gone.

"We had done that to them, and we went again. By the end of it, it was probably a goal in terms of the way it went in was about right because we just sucked the ball and sucked the life out of them in that second half.

"A fantastic performance, especially in the second half. The frustration is that we don't see out that last little bit, which is a gut-wrencher.

"I thought it was a free-kick our way on the halfway line. I've seen it back, and it was. But we just have to keep staying positive and keep moving forward."
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