"It is a real waste to be leading twice only to then lose two points," said Irfan after the match at the Darulmakmur Stadium where Selangor won 4-1 in a Malaysia Cup match last year.
"Now we haven't won in three games in the league and we will have to bounce back at home against Perak (tomorrow). I hope the players will be more disciplined on the pitch."
After resting several players in an AFC Cup win over Tampines Rovers a week earlier, Irfan fielded his strongest side with Norazlan Razali, Bunyamin Umar, Adam Griffiths, S. Veenod, Solihin Kanasian and Doe restored to the starting line up.
Doe's double took his tally in the league to six goals and 12 in all competitions though the Liberia international could easily have had more but for wasteful finishing and fine goalkeeping by Pahang's Rosfaizul Anuar Ali.
Rosfaizul recovered from a horrendous error which gifted Doe an early goal after he tried to prevent a corner only to push the ball into the striker's path.
Pahang coach Dollah Salleh praised his side's resilience in recovering from that early setback as they remain a point before Selangor.
"I'm satisfied with how we played, especially in the first half even though our goalkeeper made a mistake so early," said Dollah, who had to make do without Argentine striker Matias Conti due to injury.
"Our team spirit did not falter and we kept on attacking though we wasted several chances. But Surendran still managed to get the equaliser which lifted their spirits."
Pahang, last year's Premier League runners-up, will attempt to boost their league standing when they travel to face Terengganu on Saturday. By Devinder Singh
*Sumber dari New Straits Times