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BRENTFORD manager Uwe Rosler was "gutted" his side let a two-goal lead slip to leave the Galpharm Stadium without a point.

Dangerous on their travels, the London side’s boss told Sky TV before the game they firmly believed they could cause Town problems on the slick stadium surface.

In the first half hour he was spot on as Town were strangely below par, but Alan Lee’s 100th league goal changed the complexion of the contest and further goals from Jamie McCombe and Jordan Rhodes turned it around for a 3-2 win.

"I don’t know what to say, we are gutted," admitted Rosler, clearly unhappy with the performance of referee Colin Webster.

"We were totally in control and then I don’t know what I can say about the referee.

"Their first goal the player (Lee) is bouncing into our keeper with no intention to play the ball and with his arms up.

"It completely changed the game and I’m gutted for the boys because they played some fantastic football."

Probed about the decision on Lee’s goal and about three added minutes in the first half – during which McCombe equalised – Rosler told the TV interviewer: "You try to get something out of me, but I want to be on the sideline next week.

"I will make a report. I don’t know how much help or not it will be.

"But I feel players and managers are judged on performance and the referees should also be judged on performance.

"What happened here was not right."

Town striker Lee told the TV company: "I got the impression the keeper was expecting a free-kick but challenges like that happen all the time.

"I thought it was strong refereeing and good refereeing."