Nottingham Forest manager Dougie Freedman has admitted that his side did not do enough to kill Leeds United off during their Championship meeting at the City Ground this evening.
Freedman acknowledged that Leeds played well during the match and suggested that it would have flattered his side had they held out for all three points.
"I felt Leeds had very good individual players. It was a gameplan that was working," he told reporters.
"Credit to Leeds, they go for 95 minutes. So I felt the only way to win the game was to kill them off, because they keep coming at you."
The result means that Forest are now six games without defeat.