Keane disappointment at late leveller

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Roy Keane admitted his Ipswich side had been "kicked in the teeth" after conceding a last-gasp leveller in their 1-1 draw at home to Watford.

The Blues were on course for their first victory of the Coca-Cola Championship season until the Hornets grabbed an equaliser deep into stoppage-time to stun Portman Road. It means the Suffolk side have now failed to win in 13 Championship games, heading into Saturday's crunch match at second-from-bottom Plymouth.

"Watford rode their luck and we were let down by bad finishing and good goalkeeping," Keane said. "But I've been in football long enough to know that if you don't take your chances it'll kick you in the teeth."

He added: "Thirteen games without a win is a bad run. We can't get away from that and there's no hiding place.

"I can't fault my players and back them 100%, but to go that many games without a victory is unacceptable."

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