Gillingham improved from their weekend performance but could find no way past fellow strugglers Crawley on Tuesday night. Teenage striker Joe Gbode put a great chance wide in the first half after being called up to the first-team as Gillingham’s inability to convert continued.
Will Wright appealed for a second half penalty after being pulled down in the box but referee James Oldham wasn’t interested.
It’s five games without a goal now for Gills as the midweek match ended 0-0 but at least the draw ended a run of four successive defeats in the league for Neil Harris’ men.
They do, however, remain in the relegation zone. With Gillingham struggling to score, manager Harris turned to 17-year-old striker Gbode, bringing him back from a loan spell at Hastings United to play against Crawley - he’d tried everything else to get goals from the team.Read more on kentonline.co.uk