Barnet boss Mark Stimson was left frustrated after seeing his side throw away two points in their clash with Morecambe.
The Bees, who played far better than their poor start to the season suggests, looked set for their second win of the campaign when they were two up with just over 20 minutes to go. But Morecambe moved through the gears and forced their way back into the game.
Barnet boss Stimson said: "I'm frustrated as well as disappointed because we were well in control at 2-0 up and looked set for a really good win.
"After scoring the second goal, I thought we just had to keep them out for five minutes or so and kill the game off but to concede not once but twice was disappointing because we should have had three points easily.
"We showed our naivety by trying to play too much football in the wrong areas and that is what happened with their second goal. We should have just cleared our lines and not tried to be too clever but we did get a bit twitchy at the end and we paid for it."