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Poyet unhappy with result and pitch
Boss Gus Poyet has admitted it was two points dropped for Albion in their 1-1 draw at relegation-haunted Doncaster Rovers.
The Seagulls are still unbeaten in ten games in the Championship in 2012 but Poyet said: "If we want to be in the top six, like everyone is talking about, we lost two points, no doubt.
"We had six or seven breaks where, under normal conditions, you should take advantage, because there was so much space and so many possibilities to pass the ball and create half a chance."
Poyet had no complaints about the penalty awarded against Sam Mattock for a needless handball which gifted Doncaster El Hadji Diouf's late equaliser after Craig Mackail-Smith's scrappy first half opener.
But he did complain about the Keepmoat pitch Rovers share with the local rugby club, which he blamed for the poor quality from both sides.
"We didn't play well," Poyet said. "We tried to change to something similar to Hull, because of the pitch. It was difficult to pass the ball on the floor, because it bumped up, and it was difficult to control, which made it ugly.
"If I pay to watch football I don't want a pitch like that. It doesn't help Doncaster anyway, beacuse they have got very good players all over the park and they cannot pass the ball either, so it finished in a kicking match.
"We had a bad shot (Liam Bridcutt) that turned into a terrific pass, bad control by Macca and a goal, and they had a penalty from a cross, so it was impossible to play. It was awful.
"If I had to come here to watch football every week I can assure you I wouldn't, not because of the players or the manager but that pitch. It was horrendous."