KARL Robinson had no complaints about Oxford United's performance, but was irritated they only took one point from their clash at Gillingham.

Tariqe Fosu put the visitors in front at Priestfield in the first half.

But they could not convert the victory, as Olly Lee struck a 61st-minute penalty after Alex Gorrin had fouled in the box.

United had chances to win the game in the final half-hour, but had to settle for a 1-1 draw which kept them fifth in Sky Bet League One.

Robinson said: "I’m happy with the performance, but frustrated with the result.

"I thought we created so many opportunities to score.

"I thought for large parts we dominated the game, the problem you have with these games is you’re one kick away from the ball going into your box.

"You have to respect that and we did."

Robinson praised his backroom staff for getting the players ready to deliver an energetic performance so soon after Tuesday's draining draw with Ipswich Town.

He said: "I thought the players gave everything.

"For us to play on Tuesday in that type of game and then put a performance in down here was tremendous testament to the players and the staff to put them in that moment where they could perform.

"To come here with so many players out, what more can I ask?"