Leeds United boss Darko Milanic believes Norwich's goal against them should not have stood.
Leeds United boss Darko Milanic has bemoaned the club's draw with Norwich, claiming the home side's goal should not have stood.
The Slovenian is still searching for his first victory, with three draws and two losses from five games in charge to date.
Leeds fought back from going a goal down, with an equaliser from Souleymane Doukara minutes later pulling them level.
Milanic believes Norwich should not have been 1-0 up in the first place, with a foul in the lead up to Russell Martin's opener.
He commented in his post-game interview: "Before the goal it was a foul from Jerome on Austin. The referee had to see this."
The incident went unpunished, but the reaction from Leeds to immediately hit back from Souleymane Doukara was a fantastic reaction, which pleased the head coach.
"He made a great finish. Everybody says we are together on he field. The players want to do good. I know for the coach its important (we get a win), but the team is alive."