A cold and frustrating afternoon saw struggling Yeovil Town hold Mansfield Town to a 0-0 draw at the One Call Stadium this afternoon. A game of very few real chances saw the Glovers dig deep to pick up only their second League Two point in six outings. Indeed, they had the best chances of a poor first half before an even worse second half saw CJ Hamilton denied by a fine save by the visiting keeper.
Mansfield Town boss Steve Evans said his Mansfield Town side were only a top class striker short of demolishing struggling Yeovil Town today as the Glovers escaped with a frustrating 0-0 draw. Mansfield dominated possession for long periods, but chances were few and far between. The game ended with boos from the stands, but Evans said: “I heard people criticise us at the end. Criticise the result but not the performance. We have torn them apart. “The fans are as frustrated as us.
Under-pressure Yeovil Town boss Darren Way declared today's 0-0 draw at Mansfield Town a 'great point' as his side held their nerve under intense pressure. It was only the Glovers' second point in six League Two games and Way smiled: “We kept it simple today. We wanted a spirited performance and in the first half we created the better of the chances. “We were unlucky not to be one or two up at the break. It is a hard place to come here, the emotions were high and it is lively when you come here.
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