The three Tranmere Rovers goals that helped them to three points at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium frustrated boss Michael Duff as the Robins suffered a first home league loss since the end of October.
James Norwood, Ishmael Miller and Oliver Banks all turned around Tranmere's first half deficit, after Luke Varney had given the Robins the advatange just before half time.
Duff felt all three of Tranmere's strikes were stoppable, and believed if his side had added to their first half goal, could have gone on to win the game.
"We probably needed to score another goal. If we had scored another goal we probably would have gone on to win the game. But we can't give up goals like that," he said post-match.
"There was no great play - they just whacked the ball down the middle of the pitch and got in - two or three times as well.
"It's disappointing, a bit of a reality check really. Like I said I don't think we've become a brilliant team over night so the players have to get back to working hard and doing the right things and we go again."
Watch Duff's post-match interview above on iFollow.