Yep - as you say - Mcghee was subbed due to injury and it looked like a leg injury. The defence up until that point seemed to be handling any situations.
Lee took an excessive barge in the box and the officials, who were extremely dodgy, gave nothing. The game was stopped when Lee stayed down injured. He was spitting blood out in front of the ref and looked like he took a blow to the jaw - I presume an elbow, but couldn't be sure. Canvey fans behind the goal were going mental.
Danny also had a wrist or hand injury towards the end of the game as well - hope it ain't serious.
Not the most exciting of games - and it didn't look as though either side was going to score. Felt Albion had more and slightly the better chances. IMHO - we had a strong wind behind us in the first half and perhaps we should have tried a few more distance shots to test the keeper.
Lee had a cracking free kick tipped over by the keeper, but other than that our chances were fewer and further between.
Mapes did OK for his first game - time will tell. Burton covered ground, but his first touch was a little off. At times, particularly the second half, we seemed to slow the momentum down and players weren't moving off the ball a great deal or they were getting caught in posession. When they scored I thought that would be how it would remain - but the lads stuck to it and I felt we deserved a point in the end.Felt possibly Dom and Theobald out of position for Burtons goal
The regular Yellow army behind the goal made a fair bit of noise in the first half - around 50 away supporters.