Birmingham City drew 0-0 with Rotherham United yesterday.
Paul Robinson has admitted that Birmingham City’s match against Rotherham United was a scrappy one.
The Blues could only manage a 0-0 draw against Rotherham at the New York Stadium in what was a disappointing afternoon for Gary Rowett’s side.
The Millers have struggled for points of late, but they were solid at the back in Neil Warnock’s first game in charge.
Birmingham, meanwhile, struggled to show much attacking threat with chances at a premium for both teams.
Although Rotherham did finish the match with nine men, the Blues could not break them down, and they were made to settle for a point.
However Robinson did take solace from the fact his side kept a clean-sheet and also thanked the fans with his message on Twitter after the final whistle.
The draw means that Birmingham have now failed to win any of their last three matches, and they need to start getting back to winning ways if they are to make it into the play-offs come May.
Rowett's side are currently three points back from the top six, with their next match coming against Bolton Wanderers.