Calum Chambers admits Boro were left feeling 'gutted' after Sunday's draw against Manchester City but praised the home fans for their unrelenting support at the Riverside.

Boro twice took the lead against City and looked set to take all three points from what was an end-to-end encounter in which the Teessiders were the better side for long periods.

But Gabriel Jesus headed home from close-range with five minutes remaining and Chambers says Boro were left devastated after giving it all.

"I think everyone's pretty gutted, to be honest," said Chambers. "We've given absolutely everything out there. 

"You can see the boys have left everything we could. Everyone gave 110% and I thought we played really well. We competed against a top team there, leading as well. 

"You could really feel the buzz from the fans throughout the game and that really does help the boys. I thought they were fantastic today. 

"We gave everything and left it all on the pitch. We're all gutted but we'll keep fighting until the very end."

Steve Agnew's side travel to Chelsea next week and the Arsenal loanee says Boro's reaction will be hugely important after the weekend's set back.
 
"Obviously you have that buzz when you score but then you've got to get your head straight back in the game because you know they're going to come at you like they did. 

"I thought overall we were quite solid and put on a good performance but in the end it wasn't meant to be and we're all gutted.

"Everyone's got to be switched on until the very last minute. It's the Premier League, you've got to be aware. We're going to watch the goal back and analyse the performance. 

"As you can tell I'm pretty gutted and devastated for everyone in that changing room and the fans. 

"But it's how we react now. We have to react and keep fighting until it's over to give everything we've got until the end."