Rochdale boss Keith Hill thought his side were worthy of a win following a 1-1 draw with Plymouth.
Plymouth were the stronger team during the opening period and took the lead after 18 minutes in when a mix up between goalkeeper Josh Lillis and Josh Thompson led to Bradley Wright-Phillips scoring.
Peter Reid's team wasted several chances to double their lead before the break and paid the price when Craig Dawson swept home Jason Kennedy's cross after 65 minutes to level.
"Plymouth are a very good side with a very good manager, but I do feel it's two points lost," said Hill.
"We shouldn't be putting ourselves in a situation where we have to chase a game and I think if it had been 0-0 for longer, we might have won the game comfortably because after the break we moved the ball with more urgency.
"I felt it was an opportunity missed for us. Call me greedy, but we should have won that game. We played into their tactics in the first half and they got the first goal and it was one I felt we should have defended better."