Rotherham boss Andy Scott felt his side deserved the point after they ended a run of five defeats with a 1-1 draw against Shrewsbury.
Lewis Grabban's seventh goal of the season put the Millers in front after 22 minutes, an unstoppable strike from 30 yards out when everyone was expecting a pass to a team-mate.
But his effort was wiped out by substitute Shane Cansdell-Sherriff when he volleyed home just before the interval.
Nevertheless, a satisfied Scott said: "I think a point was a fair result.
"We were a much better side in the first half. I was disappointed to concede a goal just before half-time, but in the first half we created a lot of chances and I was pleased with the way we played.
"We got the ball to our dangerous players and we looked much more solid defensively which was pleasing and I think we looked much, much better as a whole. We just didn't get going in the second half so I think it was a fair result for us. We just can't do it for 90 minutes."