Danny Wilson was frustrated after Sheffield United's 4-4 draw with Exeter, as the Blades failed to win despite leading 3-2 and 4-3.
After trailing 2-0 in Saturday's League One clash at Bramall Lane, following goals from Daniel Nardiello and David Noble, the Blades stormed back to go 3-2 up with Matt Phillips, Billy Clarke and Matt Lowton scoring.
John O'Flynn then equalised before Phillips scored again to make it 4-3 prior to James Dunne levelling in the 87th minute.
"It was a rollercoaster of emotions, obviously. Getting ourselves back into the game after being 2-0 down was a great effort. Then at 3-2, I thought we would see the game out," said Wilson.
"After conceding a sloppy equaliser, we went 4-3 up. But then to give away another goal was very disappointing.
"The four goals we conceded were down to bad decisions. They were individual mistakes and you can't really legislate for those. It wasn't a game where they overpowering us and collectively doing well; it was just down to poor decision-making.
"The positions we took up were frustrating. We were vacating areas at the wrong times and that encourages the opposition. But I don't think we started the game with any tempo. We were passing the ball around too slowly and I think that encouraged Exeter to do what they did."