Boro boss Tony Pulis says it was a sucker punch to concede a late Leeds United equaliser deep into injury time at the Riverside.
Lewis Wing gave us the advantage in the opening minutes of the second half after an impressive first-half display, however Kalvin Phillips headed home from close range in the tenth minute of added on time after paramedics were called to deal with a situation on the Leeds bench.
Pulis was delighted with the first-half showing from his side, but disappointed with the nature of the late goal coming from a set piece.
“It’s disappointing because they’ve scored late on,” he said.
“To be fair, I thought first half we played really well and should have been in front coming in. We played well and I thought (George) Saville, Mo (Besic), Wingy (Lewis Wing) and (Jonny) Howson were all brilliant around (Jordan) Hugill.
“The energy they showed, they played some good football, they got their wingbacks up forward and Mikel was the best player on the pitch by a country mile.
“It’s disappointing because it’s a set play and we shouldn’t get done on them, one of our centre halves has fallen asleep and it’s cost us.”
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