MARK Molesley admitted the 2-2 draw with Harrow Borough felt like a defeat, after the Terras let a 2-0 lead slip in the last 15 minutes of the match, in the Evo-Stik Southern Premier South.

Goals from Jake McCarthy and Brandon Goodship saw the Terras to their seemingly clear-cut lead, but Harrow hit back through Dylan Kearney.

When asked if it felt like a defeat, Molesley replied: “Without a shadow of a doubt, 2-0 up at home, they had not registered a shot on goal, they are a dangerous side they are a good side.

“Although we weren’t at our best, the pitch was quite lively, we got ourselves in the ascendancy we were 2-0 up seemingly comfortable. A mis-communication from a clearance from our corner led to them breaking away and scoring.”

Molesley admitted the late drama was a crazy moment, which saw Stephane Zubar sent off, and Kearney nab his second goal from the spot.

Molesley said: “It was a crazy, crazy situation, and it needed something crazy to draw that game, to lose our winning position.

“It was a moment of craziness, which has cost us two points at a vital time.

“We have got to dust ourselves down and be ready to go again.”

Molesley, when asked if he was a bit lost for words during the last minutes of the match, said: “Yeah definitely. The emotions change in that game quite a lot.

“From a comfortable 2-0 position, to end up drawing the game and losing our centre half for three games is a bitter pill to swallow.

“It hurts. It is raw at the moment, but we will have to draw a line under this.”