Darren Currie rued Barnet’s decision making as their winning run in the National League came to an end with a 0-0 draw at Aldershot Town.
The Bees had scored 11 goals in their previous three league matches but rarely threatened in front of goal against a struggling Shots side.
Speaking to the club website after the game, Currie said: “Considering how clinical we’ve been in the final third of late, one or two [players’] decision making wasn’t great.
“We had a situation late on where Ephron [Mason-Clarke] has broke and should’ve just squared it to Dunny [James Dunne] and give Dunny a one-v-one with the keeper but he chose to try and beat his man.
“Simeon has had a great header, unbelievable save by the keeper in all fairness, but I’m not too disappointed. We’ve come away from home and we’ve kept a clean sheet and we looked quite solid defensively. I don’t recall them ever really making Loachy [Scott Loach] work too much.”