Cardiff City secured a point and moved up a place in the table after drawing against Blackburn last night.
Cardiff City will be disappointed that they couldn’t protect a 1-0 lead last night against Blackburn, conceding an equaliser in the closing moments of the match.
Their lead was created through a Sean Morrisson header from a Peter Whittingham corner, with six minutes left to run in the game before Rudy Gestede came back to haunt the side he used to represent.
It’s important for the Welsh side to focus on the positives of the point rather than choosing to dwell on the two points lost.
It moves them up a place in the Championship table to 15th and they are still in good shape above the bottom three, with a seven point advantage.
It’s the third draw on the bounce for the Bluebirds, who are searching for just their second Championship win this year under manager Russell Slade.
The boss will now more than likely be hoping that his team don’t have to rely on a header from a defender at a set piece when they go into their next game.
Cardiff travel to Huddersfield for their next game looking to put three points on the board, which would be enough to move the side above the Terriers in the table.
Cardiff have a little bit of momentum and it’s encouraging that the side isn’t losing games but they need wins to rack up points, which will get them moving in the right direction.
Here’s what Cardiff fans made of their side conceding a late goal last night.
Yet another late goal conceded by City #CCFC— Jonathan Williams (@JonnyIrwin1989) February 17, 2015
Just seen Gestedes goal. What a shambles. Awful defending #ccfc— Andrew Chinnick (@AChinnick90) February 17, 2015
Finally a decent performance, much better. Just a shame we let in a last minute goal #CCFC— Hi Low (@Loww_x) February 17, 2015
Heart broken to concede late goal but there were improvements tonight. Kennedy was superb. Enjoyed myself tonight, glad to be there. #ccfc— Lee Spear (@lee_spear92) February 17, 2015
Just seen the Blackburn goal. What incredibly awful defending from Cardiff. Worse than schoolboy stuff!— G-Mac (@GreggMac11) February 17, 2015