Bristol City manager Gary Johnson felt his side had “nicked a point” after a poor performance in yesterday’s 1-1 draw with Sheffield Wednesday.
Wednesday were ravaged by injury and illness ahead of the game in what looked to be a home banker.
But the visitors dominated for large periods and needed a Luke Varney strike 15 minutes from time to cancel out Nicky Maynard’s opener.
Speaking to Radio Bristol after the match, Johnson said: “From start to finish it was a poor performance individually and as a team.
“We didn’t reach any level in terms of football or play that warrants us being a top six side.
“You get these games at times and it’s been a while since we’ve been like Fred Carno at the back, which we were today. Dean has saved us again with some smart saves.
“We looked all over the place. I suppose you could say we gained a point today because we were so poor. We nicked a point.”
City will need to regroup before travelling to in-form Nottingham Forest next weekend ahead of the international break.
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