Killie boss disappointed to drop two points at home

Killie boss disappointed to drop two points at home

in #KillieStories February 24, 2018

Steve Clarke felt the 2-2 draw with Hibernian represented two points lost rather than one gained at Rugby Park.

Goals from Jordan Jones and Kris Boyd saw Killie fight back from a 2-0 half-time deficit as we were denied an eighth successive home victory.

Speaking after the game, Clarke said: "We should have won the game, no doubt. We were the best team by a mile, I thought we were excellent today.

"I'm disappointed to drop two points in a game that we should've won because we were the better team from almost start to finish. It was a really disappointing start but after that we recovered well and played a lot of good stuff today.

"The first goal was really poor, it was a throw-in in front of the dugout and five seconds later it's in the back of the net, can't happen. Then a free header from a corner, can't happen.

"The overriding feeling I've got just now is disappointment that we've dropped two points at home."