Steve Kean blamed referee Neil Swarbrick for Rovers throwing away a 2-0 lead against Leeds. An unhappy Steve Kean said, "The big turning point was when the referee didn't give a foul on our 'keeper Paul Robinson, who couldn't punch the ball with both hands and they scored their first goal."
"If we had gone in two goals up at half-time, I think we would have won, but full credit to Leeds. They had a real go.
"It was a roller-coaster game and looking back we will think it was a decent point, but at two up we were in total control.
"We have gone four league games unbeaten, which is a solid start."
Rovers drew 3-3 with Leeds to maintain their unbeaten start to the season.