Shrimps boss Derek Adams said his side ran out of time in their search for three points against Stevenage this afternoon.
"We had a lot of good play, we passed the ball well and dominated possession," said Adams.
"In the first half we could have created more shots on target but we've had a lot of balls flash across the front of goal, we've had a lot of good play out in the wide areas because that's where the space was.
"We just couldn't find that first goal before Stevenage received their penalty.
"Once they got their goal they defended deep but we continued to get ourselves in good areas and we eventually created our chances.
"We had some success from set plays and balls in from wide areas.
"Eventually Freddy Price, who came on as a substitute put a great ball in for Jordan Slew to get the goal.
"It looked as if we were going to go on and score another one to get the three points but unfortunately we ran out of time."