Crystal Palace striker felt his side should have beaten Doncaster

10:56 28 March 2012

Jermaine Easter, Crystal Palace

Jermaine Easter, Crystal Palace

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Jermaine Easter felt his side should have taken home all three points against Doncaster

Crystal Palace striker Jermaine Easter believes that the Eagles should have beaten Doncaster at Selhurst Park last night.

The 30-year-old journeyman opened the scoring after 57 minutes but Chris Brown levelled for Rovers with 14 minutes remaining.

“I thought when we scored we’d go on and kill the game off so it was disappointing not to take the three points,” he said.

“I can run until the cows come home but I want to score goals.

“I know people appreciate the work rate but when I’m not scoring goals I’m not happy.

“As long as we’re winning games and I’m contributing then I’m happy.”

The south Londoners host struggling Nottingham Forest on Saturday.

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