It’s not often that I’m left lost for words.
But after a finish like that, I’m pretty much at that stage. Having taken a lead so late into injury time that you had people believing that the three points were in the bag, Nottingham Forest went and broke fans hearts by conceding an even later goal to mean they left the Madejski Stadium with just the one point.
It was a game that pretty much sums up just how unpredictable the Championship is, epitomising why the league is so revered, even if it did happen to come at our expense. But that’s the way it goes sometimes, you’ve just got to pick yourself up and try to make sure that it doesn’t happen again.
And picking yourself up is pretty much the advice I’d give to these Nottingham Forest fans who were left incredibly down in the dumps after the game.
I want to cry
— kian harper (@KianHarper4) January 11, 2020
No. Just don’t
— Lewis Morris (@lewis_nffc) January 11, 2020
Enthralling is hardly the word I'd use.
— MR Entertainments (@mre6243) January 11, 2020
Not good enough forest sort out the basics
— Darren Price (@DarrenP26044012) January 11, 2020
I need therapy after that.
— ftblszn (@ftbl_szn) January 11, 2020
Sums up Forest really
— dylan jackson (@DylanJackson02) January 11, 2020
When you say typical forest, this is it…
— Alex (@AO1865) January 11, 2020
If there was ever a match to sum us up, it was that.
— GrapsTalk (@GrapsTalk) January 11, 2020
Do Forest need to start being more attacking?
At the end of the day, we’re still in the top 6 and three points clear of the team in seventh with a game in hand, so it’s not exactly like we’re in a relegation battle right about now.