Last Updated: Sun, 01 Apr 2012 13:44
Sunderland winger Sebastian Larsson said he was disappointed not to win despite scoring twice in a remarkable draw at Manchester City.
The Black Cats stunned title-chasing City at the Etihad Stadium, powering into a 3-1 lead before being pegged back by two goals from the hosts in the closing five minutes.
It was a result that satisfied neither side, with City frustrated at their failure to reclaim top spot in the Premier League and Sunderland feeling they deserved better.
Larsson told SAFC TV: "Disappointment is the first word that springs to mind and it's a very disappointed dressing room.
"It looked like we were heading for victory, (but) they've had one penalty and two shots outside the box and sometimes you can't do much about it."
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