JASON Tindall was left rueing missed opportunities as Cherries were pegged back to draw at Cardiff.

Dominic Solanke's first-half strike put the visitors ahead, only for former Cherry Harry Wilson to level up the contest just past the hour mark.

Cherries still could have taken all three points with both Solanke and Junior Stanislas striking the crossbar, but 1-1 was how the game stayed.

It is the second game in succession Tindall's team have drawn, after Saturday's 0-0 stalemate with QPR.

"We created a number of really good chances and I think on another night we score three or four goals," Tindall told the Daily Echo.

"I wasn’t pleased with the attacking performance against QPR. I felt we created nowhere near enough chances in that game and I was critical of our attacking performance at the weekend.

"It was something we spoke about and worked on in the week and I felt we came out tonight and delivered a much better attacking performance and created a number of really good chances.

"On another evening we score three or four goals and we come away with the three points.

"But we’ve got to take the positives. It’s another point. We’re six games unbeaten and we’ve just got to dust ourselves down now and look forward to the weekend."

Asked if it was down to poor fortune with the ball twice striking the woodwork, Tindall added: "I think you can look at different reasons as to why but I felt the save the goalkeeper (Alex Smithies) made from Dominic Solanke’s one where he’s tipped it onto the bar was an outstanding save, so great credit to him for that. And Junior Stanislas’s free-kick that smashed off the bar.

"But it wasn’t just those two chances. I felt we had another two or three really good chances in the game and on another evening we take those chances and the game is a lot more comfortable than what the score-line suggests."

Cardiff reached the play-offs last season and sit mid-table with two wins, two draws and two defeats.

"Coming to Cardiff is never an easy game," said Tindall.

"Look at how well they did last year and they’ve started well this year and they’re a really good Championship side that was in the Premier League not too long ago.

"So to come here and have the dominance that we had and to deliver the performance that we did, we know there’s still more to come, we know we can play better, but the pleasing thing for me was the number of good chances we created off the back of reviewing the QPR game and the one disappointment obviously is that we only come away with a point.

"I felt we had quite a few moments tonight where we created chances from good decision-making.

"I’m just a little bit disappointed we didn’t take more chances and I’d say other than a 10-minute spell in the game, in which Cardiff got their goal, I felt we controlled the rest of the game."