We all know happened in the match now, every probable emotion was experienced, disappointment when Gary Gardner put Barnsley ahead, various levels of delight when Adam Le Fondre converted that spot-kick, getting even better when Craig Noone looked to have earned us our second away win all season, before Oli McBurnie`s equaliser in injury time left us gutted.
It seemed a scrappy game at times between two teams proving why they were well in the relegation mire.
Both the goals Barnsley scored were poor to concede, we just couldn`t seem to get the ball away for the first, and how McBurnie wasn`t marked for the second, well it was criminal.
On the positives though, there appeared to be a bit more fight, the midfield performances were better, with Henry and Pratley playing together in the middle, and we didn`t lose. It does mean we`re relying on Barnsley to lose their game in hand, but if we had lost, I`d have seen no way back to be honest. We`ve still something to hold onto.
“We said to the lads at half-time ‘come on, we`ve got to show the courage to play.` We really took the game to them, we grew in belief and the Barnsley lads were cramping up because we really ran all over them,” said Phil Parkinson after the game.