Dundee made it four league matches away from home without a win last night as they came from behind to draw 1-1 with Queen of the South at Palmerston.
The Dark Blues fell behind early on when but quickly managed to get back on level terms. The first half was an entertaining affair with Dundee having the best chances to put themselves into the lead but the tempo whittled down during the second 45, with Dundee failing to cause any real threat except from a Graham Dorrans free-kick.
Queens looked more dangerous on the break as Dundee found themselves in familiar territory of being unable to break down the opposition defence.
Post Match, James McPake spoke of his frustration after another uneventful evening for his strikers and ultimately, another match without a victory.
“It’s another missed opportunity and another game where the main problem was in the final third.
“The frustration is we’re just not winning enough games, whether it’s home or away. That has to turn.
“I’m picking positives so I don’t sound like a broken record – there was a lot of character shown after going a goal down. We then controlled the game.
“We need to be better at the top end and that’s where my frustration lies tonight.
“It was similar last week. We had chances to win. It’s a point but for me it’s two points dropped.
“We know it will turn. We’re back at home next week and we need to be ready for it.”