Neil Warnock felt his Cardiff City side ‘kicked away’ points in their 2-2 draw at Millwall.

The Bluebirds twice led at The Den only to see Tom Bradshaw peg them back on two occasions either side of the break.

City’s manager couldn’t hide his disappointment following the fixture which saw Danny Ward and Junior Hoilett put the visitors ahead in the 12th and 57th minute.

“It’s the most frustrated I’ve been this season,” the charismatic Warnock said.

“I’ve never felt so comfortable at Millwall.

“Shot after shit, chances from corners.

“It’s as good as an away performance as you’ll get this season.

“I don’t know how many shots we had.

“First chance they had they scored, and the second one, dear me.”

Red Card

Warnock felt aggrieved at a decision by referee Timothy Robinson where he adjudged that Murray Wallace made a fair tackle on Gavin Whyte when through on goal.

“Whyte was taken out, it’s got to be free-kick and a sending off.

“There’s no attempt to play the ball.

“How the official can’t see that!

“I suppose it does take some doing, you can’t blame the ref, he had a good game under the circumstances.

“I just thought we were so charitable in the two goals we gave them.

"It's an unbeleivable tally of points we've kiked away.

“Not a lot to complain about, other than two we conceded.”

Next up for Cardiff is the fiery Welsh derby against Swansea City at the weekend.