Paul Buckle: 'We deserved a goal against Millwall'

Luton boss Paul Buckle during the FA Cup 5th round match against Millwall on February 16, 2013
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Luton Town manager Paul Buckle says that not scoring is the most disappointing part of their loss to Millwall in the FA Cup this afternoon.

Paul Buckle has said that his side deserved to score at least one goal in their FA Cup tie against Millwall earlier today.

Conference side Luton Town lost 3-0 at home in the fifth round of the cup, having beaten higher-league opponents in the previous two rounds.

The Hatters manager told Sky Sports News: "The biggest disappointment today was not scoring a goal because I really felt, with the chances we had, we deserved a minimum of one goal.

"The dream is over and it is disappointing because of the manner we've gone out, really. As professionals, we've gifted it to Millwall. We really have given them a leg up that they would have loved to have had.

"They were professional, cleared their lines and did the nasty side, but what we did never gave us a chance to put them under pressure. But listen, it has been an unbelievable cup run. We've done great. I really thought we could get to the quarter-finals, but maybe next time."

Luton sit eighth in the conference league table.

Millwall boss Kenny Jackett on November 18, 2012
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