Orient forward Paul McCallum admitted it was a case of mixed emotions after the O’s drew 2-2 at Carlisle United on Saturday.
The 24-year-old was pleased to come away from Brunton Park with a point against a side which remains unbeaten this season, however, was disappointed to let a lead slip twice.
The striker was on target to put the O’s in front just before half time, and while pleased with the timing of the goal, the former West Ham man was frustrated to concede in the first minute of the second period.
While disappointed, the striker highlighted the four-point haul in the last two games at Morecambe and Carlisle, and now hopes they can transfer their away performances into points at home, starting when they host Yeovil Town at the Matchroom Stadium on Saturday.
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