Chris Dunn admits Saturday’s 1-1 draw against Eastleigh felt like a loss as Wrexham’s promotion challenge suffered another setback.

Scott Quigley gave Wrexham a first half lead but the Reds failed to kill the game off and Eastleigh, left with 10 men when Andrew Boyce was shown a second yellow card after 68 minutes, scored an injury time equaliser. It is not the first time in recent weeks that Wrexham have had to settle for a draw from a winning position.

Dunn, who made a series of vital saves, was frustrated Wrexham could not hold on after being put under late pressure.

“It seemed like it was coming,” said Dunn. “They were putting a lot of pressure on us and a lot of balls were coming into the box which we dealt with for the most part of the game.

“But the last one pin-balled around and was bundled in, unfortunately it just crossed the line. It was disappointing and it almost feels like a loss when you concede that late.”

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