BRENTFORD star Sergi Canos admitted his side were disappointed with the manner of their 2-2 draw against Leeds - but that he was happy to get on the scoresheet.  

The Bees were 1-0 down at half time after Tyler Roberts’ 27th-minute strike, but a 54th-minute effort from Shandon Baptiste and Canos’ goal seven minutes later saw them take the lead at Elland Road. 

It appeared Thomas Frank’s men were taking three points back to London with them but Patrick Bamford’s last-gasp 95th-minute strike saw the home side snatch a point. 

Afterwards, Canos said he and his teammates were disappointed and frustrated with the manner of the result but were satisfied with their performance, especially in the second half. 

He said: “There are no mixed emotions, we are very disappointed with the draw. We dropped two points. 

“I think we showed character, everything in the second half. In the first half I think we played well at times. I think we started the game well and then we let ourselves down with the first goal, but overall I think it was a really good performance by us. 

“I think if we got a draw another way, not them getting the late goal, it would be different. It feels like we dropped two points.  

“This place is really difficult to come and get points and we are happy with the point, but not happy.” 

He was also happy to get on the scoresheet for the first time since the opening game of the season against Arsenal, having missed a good chance moments before. 

Canos said: “It felt really good. I know I’ve been playing as a wingback but I also enjoy playing as a striker and a winger and to get a goal, it meant a lot to me personally. 

“Football is like this. I’ve been working a lot on the last line and working on the back of the post and it was a shame because I wanted that one to go in instead of the second one- but at least I got one goal.”