Thomas Kaminski held his hands up over his positioning for the Rotherham United equaliser.

Tony Mowbray questioned how the ball was able to find the corner from Lewis Wing’s free kick that earned the Millers a point five minutes from time.

Mowbray felt his keeper should have covered the corner of the goal that Wing was able to find – but was equally critical of his side’s finishing as they failed to make the most of their opportunities at the New York Stadium.

Kaminski accepted that he should have done better for the goal which denied Rovers three points having led through Adam Armstrong’s first half strike.

"I've just said that to Thomas. I don't understand how his wall protects one half of the goal, why is the ball going in the half that was open. Where's he?,” Mowbray said.

"He held his hands up and said that he knows he needs to be better at that. It is relevant because it cost us a goal but it shouldn't have mattered, it should have been irrelevant."

Mowbray felt the award of the free kick was harsh, as Richard Wood and Darragh Lenihan challenged for the ball, a viewpoint that puzzled opposite number Paul Warne.

But the Rovers boss was equally critical of his own side who from their 17 shots at goal scored just once, and hit the target on only six occasions.

"We're left frustrated that we didn't win by a lot of goals. You can pick any number between one and 10 really, we should have scored a lot of goals and had better than normal chances to score them,” Mowbray added.

"So we're all left frustrated. I felt like it should have been four at half-time minimum and then any number at the end but we suffered late on.

"We didn't take our chances, we lacked a clinical finish. You can't have two, three or four one-on-one chances and free headers at the back stick and not take their chances."

It was a lack of clinical finishing that most disappointed Mowbray whose side had looked well set to record back-to-back victories for the first time since January, but the manager felt they could have reached double figures had they taken what were gilt-edged opportunities.

"I'm not sure we've had that many really good chances in lots of other games but the percentage of goals scored from the chances we've created is not as high as we'd like it to be,” Mowbray explained.

"I felt that it came to fruition today. I don't know if you feel I'm exaggerating but I genuinely feel if it was 6-1 or 7-1, they couldn't have complained, and yet it was 1-1.

“We should have been 4-0 up at half-time, but it wasn't.

"Late on we were still creating chances but it's just a frustration because we work so hard, you know when you come to Rotherham what you're facing and what you have to see out. Defensively I thought they seen out their task, I thought they did well and stood up to it generally.

“We just have to be more clinical and we missed too many really good chances.”