Partick Thistle boss Alan Archibald said neither side deserved to win what he described as a "terrible game" against Ross County.
Partick Thistle boss Alan Archibald said neither side deserved to win what he described as a "terrible game" after a 1-1 draw with Ross County at Dingwall.
Kallum Higginbotham opening the scoring for the Jags in the eighth minute and Richard Brittain levelling five minutes later.
Archibald said: "I thought it was a terrible game - night and day compared to the last time we came here and won 3-1.
"I thought the park looked good but the players didn't think so. It seemed flat, just like the atmosphere.
"I don't know why that was the case. We started the second half a bit better. We managed to inject a wee bit of tempo but then it just faded away."
"I don't think we did enough. It was very disappointing, but we didn't pass the ball well today.
"But we'll take the positives from it. We're unbeaten against Ross County and it is a hard place to come, as St Mirren discovered last week. It takes us another point closer to the teams above us."
County boss Derek Adams felt his side had the better chances against Partick.
He said: "We had two very good chances and should have won the game with (the) chances (we) created. Paul Gallacher was excellent for them.
"We did well in the first half after going a goal down and getting back with a great strike from Richard Brittain.
"Overall, it's a point but on chances created, (Mark) Brown hasn't had a save while Gallacher has.
"It's important you win games but we've done better against the top six sides this season, that's the games we go into now. It has made it very tight down the bottom six of the league."