Sheffield Wednesday manager Carlos Carvalhal reckons his side should have claimed all three points from Burton Albion after Saturday's 1-1 draw at the Pirelli Stadium, with his side "the better team" according to the Portugese.
Carvalhal, who is yet to oversee an Owls win against the Brewers, cut an exasperated figure post-match as he sought to explain why his side headed back up the M1 to South Yorkshire with a point to show from their endeavours.
Burton started the brightest - with Marvin Sordell heading a gilt-edged chance just wide of Keiren Westwood's goal just minutes in and Wednesday struggling to get out of first gear.
Once they did that though, it looked like Albion's two-match unbeaten run might be coming to an end - with Gary Hooper capitalising on some poor defending to flick home from Jack Hunt's cross to open the scoring on the 36th minute.
George Boyd thought he'd doubled the Owls' lead soon after when he fired home from Adam Reach's cross, but assistant referee Billy Smallwood's offside flag was raised on the far side - and that surely would have been game over.
It took another second-half fight-back from the Brewers to claim back a well-deserved point, with on-loan Wolves debutant Joe Mason endearing himself to the Pirelli faithful in the best way possible with the equalising goal just 30 seconds and two touches into his Burton career.
But despite the Brewer's second-half equaliser, they were then hanging on - as has been the case in the back-to-back wins against Cardiff and Birmingham - and they survived the Wednesday pressure, even with £10 million man Jordan Rhodes summoned from the Owls bench for the remaining quarter-of-an-hour.
"I don’t know how we didn’t win that game," Carvahal said post-match - a little harsh on his assessment of the Brewers' performance.
"We were the better team and I feel bad for our players that we haven’t got the win because they deserved all three points.
"We got the goal and then we created more chances to go two in front, but unfortunately the goal didn’t come.
"Their goal is one that we shouldn’t concede, they did not trouble our defence much during the game.
"The goal comes from, in my opinion, the sky, but I must understand that the Burton players and coach are trying to do the best to try and achieve a point also."
Owls 'keeper Keiren Westwood clashed with Brewers striker Marvin Sordell and had to leave the pitch in the first-half with an injury to his right knee - with Carvalhal believing what looked to be an innocuous coming together worthy of a red card.
"We will have to assess the situation because I did not see the doctor yet," added Carvalhal.
"I am not happy because I think the challenge was a red card. I do not say it was deliberate but it was late but we must respect the decision of the referee."