Barnet pick up second point after Rotherham draw

18:10 22 September 2012

Mark Robson

Mark Robson's Barnet are yet to win in League Two this season. Photo: Dave Howarth/PA

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League Two: Barnet 0 Rotherham 0

Barnet picked up their second point of the season after a goalless draw with Rotherham United.

The Bees had the better of the play and the Millers were, by and large, on the back foot.

The north Londoners had a golden opportunity to win the match when Alex Revell was sent off for a bad challenge on Dale Stephens but were unable to take it.

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