Fulham manager Chris Coleman felt his side were unlucky to be beaten by a last-gasp Leeds winner in their 3-2 defeat at Elland Road.
Coleman’s side had fought back from two goals down to 2-2 and looked good value to get at least a point for their efforts until Dominic Matteo’s late header stole all three points for the hosts.
Coleman felt his side were unlucky to lose the match, and also had some stern words for referee Neal Barry for awarding the initial free kick that led to Leeds’ opener.
“Last week we were fortunate to get three points but I think we were a bit unfortunate this week,” said Coleman.
“We just wanted to take the game to Leeds. We kept chipping away and when we got the equaliser I thought we could go on and get another, but what happened at the end just rips your guts out.
“I was disappointed with the referee. When he gave the free-kick against Luis I looked at the big screen and it looked like a good tackle.
“I think all afternoon he could have given Louis Saha more support. I thought he was a bit lenient at times.”