Andy Couzens was unhappy with Leeds' tactics against Wigan.
Andy Couzens (L) in action for Leeds United
Former Leeds United midfielder Andy Couzens has taken to Twitter in order to react to the Whites' 1-1 home draw with Wigan Athletic.
Having lost 1-0 at Derby County on Saturday, Leeds were back at Elland Road on Tuesday night, and when Chris Wood put Garry Monk's men in front with a superb goal, it looked like the Whites would serve up the perfect response.
Leeds United's Chris Wood
However, Wigan piled on the pressure in the second half, and it eventually told as Shaun McDonald smashed the ball home with the aid of the woodwork to snatch a point for the Latics.
The Leeds fans, players and staff were understandably deflated at the final whistle, as two points had slipped away in the final seconds of the game when Leeds had been moments away from a solid win.
General view inside the stadium before the game - Elland Road
The stats showed a fairly even games, with possession, shots on goal and shots on target all very similar, so maybe a draw was a fair result, but this will feel like a defeat for Leeds having led for over an hour.
After the final whistle at Elland Road, former Leeds midfielder Andy Couzens took to Twitter to offer his verdict on the disappointing draw – and it's fair to say he wasn't happy.
Leeds United manager Garry Monk
Couzens was angry that Leeds sat back having been 1-0 up, and stated that the Whites should have been pushing for a second or even a third goal to kill the game off.
Got to finish teams of and not sit back get the first and go for the 2nd then 3rd— andy couzens (@andycuz23) October 18, 2016
This is a view that many Leeds fans will share, as Monk's substitutions appeared to be with a view to settling for a 1-0 win - and ultimately, that cost Leeds as Wigan hit back late on to claim a point.
What did you think of Leeds United's performance against Wigan Athletic?