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Burr rues missed chances
10:29pm Saturday 6th October 2012 in News
They made it eight games unbeaten but it could have been a third consecutive win if they had been more clinical.
Anthony Malbon had fired the Aggborough outfit ahead in the 28th minute but they were pegged back six minutes later by Anthony Elder's header.
Burr said: "It was quite an open game and I am sure Liam [Daish] is disappointed Ebbsfleet didn't win, but I felt - particularly in the second half - we did enough to get the win.
"Nathan Vaughan made two great saves in the first half but we had the more clear cut chances and I am disappointed we just got a point."
Harriers had actually taken the lead against the run of play in the first half as an extra motivated Ebbsfleet side had poured forward at every opportunity.
Burr's boys were far more measured in the second half, taking control without creating too many clear cut chances.
But the manager believed Harriers should have taken the chances they did create. Malbon squandered two headers in either half, while Mickey Demetriou came agonisingly close in the dying seconds with a fine free-kick.
On Ebbsfleet's leveller, Burr commented: "From our dug out it was a poor goal to concede. Their lad's got free but he stuck the header away well but it's disappointing we switched off. If you do that at set-pieces that's what can happen.
"But we did well to get in front when they were having a good spell and we scored a top drawer goal."
Harriers will be hoping for three points when they entertain hyde on Tuesday night (7.45pm ko).
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