Leeds United boss Neil Warnock said he was unhappy with fans criticising Michael Brown and Luke Varney in the game at Birmingham City on Tuesday night.
The duo played their part in Leeds coming from a goal behind at Birmingham to win 2-1 and book their place in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
Warnock felt it was undeserved when they were both playing well for the side.
Speaking on BBC Radio Leeds, Warnock said, “I didn`t like a few of the fans having a go at Michael Brown and Luke Varney when we were playing so well, that did disappoint me.
“You should get behind the team. In general, the fans were fantastic and have been fantastic since I arrived and the majority know what a difficult job I have had since I arrived.”
On a bitterly cold night at St Andrews, just over 1,500 Leeds fans made up a paltry crowd of just under 9,000.
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