Frustration was certainly the key phrase after Pompey were held to a draw by Fleetwood at Fratton Park.
Josh Koroma’s fine strike had given the home side an early lead, only for Carlos Mendes Gomes to level.
There were plenty of opportunities to turn one point into three, but the Cod Army held on for a share of the spoils.
And Danny Cowley was disappointed by Pompey’s inability to make the most of their dominance, as well as some questionable refereeing decisions.
The Blues boss said: “We found a really positive way into the game and scored a good goal, with Josh doing what he does best.
“And then we should have been 2-0 up because he won a free-kick and took it quickly – there was nothing wrong with it whatsoever.
“But the referee pulls it back and we found that incredibly frustrating. I don’t think he allowed the game to have any rhythm and blew his whistle far too often.
"We’d put a lot of energy into the first part of the match, but we’re a fit team and I’d expect us to maintain that."
“We had complete dominance, though, and then conceded. That was the only time they got into our box in the first half to get the corner and it wasn’t a good delivery into our box.
“The ball came down with snow on, but we lost two contacts and you just can’t afford to do that. We handed them a way back into the game.
“We responded well to that setback and had chance after chance after chance, but we couldn’t take them.
“At the start of the second half we then had another good place in the game and Marlon Pack hits the bar.
“But we lost our rhythm later on and made some changes to try to affect that once the momentum had gone.
“We’d put a lot of energy into the first part of the match, but we’re a fit team and I’d expect us to maintain that.
“You can’t let good teams off the hook – and Fleetwood are a good team. We go away frustrated that we haven’t taken all three points.”