City cancelled out a Gerard Deulofeu opener when Juan Cala brought them level on 68 minutes, only for Seamus Coleman to net the winner in the third minute of added time. The defeat leaves Cardiff in 19th place, three points off survival with eight games to play.
The manner of the defeat left the players crushed, and it was Campbell who was first to bemoan both the way in which Cardiff lost, and their lack of penalties this season.
How's ya luck! Deflected goal an a shank into the top bin! Thought we deserved something today!— Fraizer Campbell (@FraizerCampbell) March 15, 2014
Also don't think we are allowed to get a penalty either— Fraizer Campbell (@FraizerCampbell) March 15, 2014
City now face Liverpool at the Cardiff City Stadium this weekend, knowing any result against the in-form Anfield club will be difficult to achieve.
Despite a devastating defeat, Cardiff fans at least know their manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be sticking around whether the club survive or not.
““I can promise to be 100 per cent loyal,” he told reporters after the game.
“This is a major project and I am committed to it.”
Have Cardiff been hard done by with penalty decisions this season?