Leyton Orient boss Russell Slade felt his side were unfortunate not to claim victory after they drew 1-1 with neighbours Dagenham in the FA Cup first round.
Orient taking the lead after 45 minutes when Alex Revell slotted past Chris Lewington in front of the large travelling support.
As Daggers boss John Still prepared a motivational half-time team talk, his side unexpectedly levelled in the second minute of injury time through a free-kick from Danny Green.
Slade said: "We had a couple of really good chances in the second half to seal the game, without them having too much. I didn't think our keeper had too much to do.
"I thought we were the better side, but we're in the hat so we'll take it from there.
"It was very frustrating to concede so soon after we'd scored and from a free kick again which is the third time in three weeks. I thought we were the better side and did enough to win the game 2-1."