Tony Mowbray reflected on a frustrating afternoon at Charlton Athletic after Rovers suffered just their first defeat in their last 15 games.
After Ahmed Kashi's strike clipped off the knee of Jason Pearce and deceived Jayson Leutwiler in the Rovers goal, the visitors created chances but couldn't take them in south London.
And the boss was most disappointed for the supporters, who once again travelled in their numbers, with 3,110 at The Valley.
“We needed to be a bit braver with the ball in the first half but the second half was better and showed our spirit," Tony told reporters after the game.
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