Despite leading for a large period of the game, Michael Duff felt a draw at home to MK Dons was a fair result.
Hiram Boateng's 87th minute finish rescued a point for MK in Gloucestershire after debutant Kyle Joseph had netted on his first appearance for the Robins in the first half.
Duff felt that on chances shared between the two teams it was a fair result but was particularly disappointed with a dangerous tackle from Peter Kioso in the first half that seemed to go unnoticed by the officials on Liam Sercombe.
"They had a lot of the ball, but if you break it down to chances, I thought it was a fair result," he said.
"There was a horrendous tackle in the first 10 minutes of the game and I've seen it back. I won't change my mind. It was a terrible tackle. They should be down to 10 men and it's a different game then.
"We are going to have to fight and scrap for every point in this league, we know that. We showed resilience and determination and their goal is actually a little bit lucky, but they'd had enough chances to score a goal.
"A fair result, but it could have been a completely different game."
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Attentions now turn to the next action in League One which is an away trip to Charlton Athletic on Saturday 11 September. Tickets and away travel for the game in London are available to buy online and from the ticket office this week.