Sergio van Dijk wasted a simple chance late in the contest, after Mathew Leckie had opened the scoring in the first-half, only for Thomas Broich to level before the break.

"I think it was a fair result," Coolen said,

"We had the best chances to win the game, especially a few good ones, and they had some chances, too.

"We had plenty of chances to win the game, but so did they."

"We're still happy with the one point at the moment."

Brisbane Roar coach Ange Postecoglou felt his side started slowly but were good value for the draw after a stronger second stanza.

"It was a game of two halves to throw in a cliché there," he said.

"I was really disappointed with the way in the first half we gave them too much room.

"To the boys' credit in the second half I thought they did really well and we put them under more pressure and didn't allow them to have too much possession and looked dangerous going forward."

Postecoglou admitted the draw was a reasonable outcome, given the efforts of both teams.

"They had one glaring miss, but I think on the balance of things, a point is probably fair," he said.

Adelaide United host Perth Glory next Friday night, while Brisbane Roar entertain Melbourne Heart on Saturday evening.