York boss Nigel Worthington was pleased to claim a hard-fought point at Cheltenham after a 2-2 draw.
The Minstermen built on Tuesday's 4-1 home win over Scunthorpe in wet and windy conditions at Whaddon Road, with Ryan Bowman's double for the visitors cancelling out goals from Bryon Harrison and Matt Richards.
"It was an excellent performance from start to finish against a side who are difficult to play against," Worthington said.
"We are disappointed with their first goal but we showed character and resilience to get back into the game in very blustery and wet conditions.
"It was a good, honest game and a fair result in the end. You can't be critical because the swirling wind made it very difficult.
"You have to deal with it, but it was awkward and we dealt with it pretty well in the first half and scored a good goal."
Worthington was disappointed that Cheltenham's second goal was allowed to stand, with an offside flag initially raised.
"The big question mark comes just before half-time and I still can't work it how their second goal was given," he said.
"The linesman put his flag up, but the referee was looking at the goal and it shows a discrepancy. the lad was offside and interfering with play, a straightforward situation, but it didn't go our way.
"In the second half we took the game to them, used the conditions and looked the team more likely to win the game.
"It's a fantastic result and a very solid, resilient performance after our result on Tuesday. We need to start keeping clean sheets because we'll always score goals."