Clayton Ince says every Walsall player is to blame for Crewe’s late equaliser last night and admitted the 1-1 draw felt like a defeat.

The Saddlers were stunned by Steven Schumacher’s injury time header which cancelled out Troy Deeney’s 57th minute opener.

Ince kept his former club out with two stunning saves before the 93rd minute leveller and feels the entire team are responsible for not winning.

He said: “It’s a grown-up game and people have to take responsibility. We all look to point fingers when we don’t do our jobs but we all have to stand up and be counted.

“We didn’t put in our best performance. We were lucky not to lose the game because they had great opportunities. I had to do the job which I’m supposed to do but to concede so late again feels like a loss.

“Everyone is disappointed they didn’t do their job properly, including me.”

The 36-year-old denied Clayton Donaldson in the 66th minute with a superb one-handed stop before saving at the striker’s feet but insists he isn’t concerned about any plaudits or favourite saves.

He said: “I just do the job which the gaffer puts me on to do and I try to do my best.

“Any save is a good save whether it comes straight at you or away from you – the most important thing is to make the save.