Date: 31st March 2014 at 5:38pm
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The latest Morecambe game of this league two season, as it edges closer to a conclusion, was played at the weekend.

Morecambe looked set for a goal less draw with Bristol Rovers at the weekend before a late goal gave the hosts a 1-0 win at the Memorial Stadium.

Jim Bentley concedes that his sides ‘decision making’ at the end was suspect and they played a part in their own downfall but doesn’t believe his deserved to be beaten.

The Shrimps boss said: ‘The game had 0-0 written all over it and it would have finished that way if we had made better decisions at the end.

‘You don’t try to bring the ball down in midfield and turn on a bobbly pitch in the last minute of a tight game.

‘We then could have done better to prevent the cross and marked more closely in the middle. If we had done all those things we would be going hope with a point.’

Kaid Mohamed scored the winner in injury-time to inflict, what seems, an unjust defeat upon Morecambe.

A defeat that Bentley says it the ‘hardest goal’ he’s had to deal with, adding: ‘It was the hardest goal to take since I have been manager because of the way the game went, our overall performance and the closeness of the league table.’

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