Crawley boss Richie Barker felt his side should have won after they were held to a 1-1 draw at Sheffield United on Friday.
Jamie Proctor met Andy Drury's cross to give the visitors a 10th-minute lead and the Blades rarely posed a threat before half-time.
However, it was a different story after the break and recent signing Marlon King equalised in the 63rd minute with his first goal for the club after Febian Brandy's pass found him in space inside the area.
The hosts had further chances, with Tony McMahon's long-range effort hitting a post, Brandy heading wide and substitute Conor Coady's shot turned wide by goalkeeper Paul Jones.
Barker said: "With our first-half performance, I thought we deserved to be more than one goal up. I think if we'd been two or three up, the game would have been a lot different in the second-half.
"The two halves were very different. There was no way they were going to let us play the way we did in the first-half.
"They were going to change something at half-time and they pressed extremely high up the pitch and stopped us playing. They threw numbers into the box and we were on the rocks for a little bit.
"It's slightly worrying that we've only scored one goal in each of the last three games, but we must be one of the only teams in the Football League who've scored in every league game so far this season.
"We've come here, scored a goal and got a draw but we're disappointed, which shows just how far we've come."