Leyton Orient manager Russell Slade felt his side should have come away from Swindon with all three points after the 2-2 draw.
Swindon had left-back Alan Sheehan sent off and Orient were ahead twice through Matthew Spring and Alex Revell but could not hold on for victory.
Slade said: "We've done more than enough to win the football match.
"On another day we could have scored four or five. On the flipside of that the two free-kicks that were given to Swindon were not free-kicks.
"The first one I was disappointed with the marking and I`m disappointed overall by leaving with just a point.
"With time running out for Swindon we thought we could hold on for the points. Hopefully that elusive first away win is just around the corner. We thought that was it but it got snatched away from us."