Last Updated: Sat, 13 Apr 2013 15:38
Sheffield Wednesday manager Dave Jones felt 15 minutes of madness caused his side to slip to defeat against Yorkshire rivals Leeds.
Jermaine Johnson fired the Owls into a 27th-minute lead but two second-half goals in six minutes by Luke Varney gave Leeds the bragging rights.
Jones said: "We should have won. We switched off for 15 minutes and allowed two goals which we should never have allowed. You can't give somebody free headers in your box.
"It's frustrating because they caused us no hassle, apart from a 15-minute period. We had a few injuries and had to change things around, but we made some basic errors.
"Jermaine Johnson had a knee injury - but the referee missed that one. Giles Coke was injured as well, that's why he went off. There were a couple more including Reda Johnson with his foot."
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