Jackett: Portsmouth didn't deserve more than draw
Kenny Jackett admitted Pompey didn't deserve more than a point against Shrewsbury.
Brett Pitman rescued his teamÂ against John Askey's side with aÂ penalty three minutes from time to earn themÂ a 1-1 draw.
That was after the Blues were second best in the first half before falling behind to Greg Docherty's 74th-minute finish.
Jackett could see his team didn't have the penetration which saw them score seven goals in the previous two matches.
He said: '˜We didn't deserve to get a win from the game.
'˜Shrewsbury really did a good job on us defensively and stopped us building up any combinations or situations to create the clearcut chances we've had.
'˜Gareth Evans had a header in the second half which was well saved.
'˜But apart from that they had a big, powerful back four and an experienced player in front of them.
'˜In the second half we built some momentum and were almost exclusively in their half but struggled to create the chances we needed to win the game.'