Date: 30th September 2009 at 9:52am
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Coventry City’s second-half fightback earned them a valuable win at Watford on Tuesday night, with home boss Malky Mackay left to ponder on a number of chances he felt his side should have taken.

‘I think we had possibly the most number of clear-cut chances that we’ve had, certainly at Vicarage Road this season,’ he said.

‘I felt we had enough chances to win two games, but if you don’t take your chances then that’s what happens.’

Chris Coleman praised the Sky Blues’ fighting spirit and Mackay concurred, adding: ‘Credit to them, they fought back.’