Championship: Albert Adomah could not believe Middlesbrough lost at Leeds
Last Updated: 18/08/14 4:15pm
Albert Adomah could not believe Middlesbrough emerged from their trip to Leeds empty-handed after finding the back of the net at Elland Road.
The 26-year-old midfielder saw his 25th-minute overhead kick disallowed by referee Stuart Attwell before Boro succumbed to Billy Sharp's last-gasp strike in Saturday's Sky Bet Championship clash at Elland Road.
Adomah told the club's official website, www.mfc.co.uk: "I scored and we lost 1-0. Unfortunately the ref thought it was a high foot.
"Everyone thought it was a goal, even the linesman. I asked him and he said it was down to the ref.
"I feel bad for the supporters who turned up in numbers again and we disappointed them. We played well in spells, so did Leeds, but they only had two shots on target and scored with one of them,
"We apologise to the supporters for letting them down. We should have dealt with the game better than we did."