Last Updated: Sat, 10 Nov 2012 12:55
Sheffield Wednesday manager Dave Jones said his side "committed football suicide" in Friday night's 3-1 defeat at Middlesbrough.
Jone saw a spirited comeback thwarted when a sloppy sideways pass found Emmanuel Ledesma, who duly fed Scott McDonald to set up Boro's second goal for Ishmael Miller.
Justin Hoyte got the ball rolling with an exquisite strike on the outside of his right boot, before Owls striker Gary Madine levelled after the break, but Mowbray's men rallied and struck through, with substitute Lukas Jutkiewicz making the points safe 10 minutes from time.
"I'm getting fed up of saying it, I'm so frustrated," said Jones. "We've wrestled the game back then we commit football suicide.
"Why we're playing the ball in there I don't know. It's just beyond me. And the first goal came from their first attack, they played inside us and we're stepping forward.
"It's so hard on the players because they worked so hard to get back into it. They were probably taking the game to them and the crowd were getting a bit frustrated, but they didn't have to break us down, we broke ourselves down."
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