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A bemused Hendon manager Gary McCann struggled to explain the difference in performance between last Monday and Saturday. "Where we were at, and how we played on Monday, I certainly didn't see that performance or result coming and that is what concerns me.
"When you least expect it, performances like that, it is that much harder to accept. I don't think any player covered themselves in glory, though Kezie Ibe was probably the one player I would exempt from criticism.
"The five games we have played against Enfield Town have been horrendous. I warned the players in dressing room about the situation they were in and how they would be likely to react. I stressed that we needed to make a good start and score first.
"If we had scored first, I am sure we would have gone on to win. But once they opened the scoring I knew it would be difficult come back.
"However, I think the game turned on our disallowed goal, which would have been the equaliser, and the missed chance to make it 1-0 at the start of the half."