David Graham Post AberdeenSunday, 27th Nov 2011
David Graham's first goal since 30th April is not enough to win the game against the Dons.
After the 3-3 draw with Aberdeen, David Graham said that he left as though his team been defeated:-
"To go 1-0 down right on the stroke of half time was a sucker punch but to go 3-1 up and cruising with them under the cosh. Then Barrowman had a chance but Gonzalez has made a world class save. They got an o.g. and then they put us under the cosh.
"When they got the goal it just takes and the wind out of your sails altogether and it feels like a defeat.
"The gaffer has been saying that I should be scoring more - it is my first this season but it means nothing now after throwing away the 3-1 lead and only getting the one point."
Jim McIntyre had said that no team that scores three goals at home should be registering anything other than a victory. David accepted that it was all the players responsibility to stop the goals.
"It is a team game and if we are not defending properly and its costing us it needs to stop. Today would have been a massive three points with the teams round about us getting beat and with us going to Ibrox next week. That makes it even more deflating that Aberdeen have come back and snatched a point."
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