Rovers didn’t help themselves with mistakes and missed chances in the defeat to Leeds United.

However, pundit Clinton Morrison felt they were hard done to with three refereeing decisions in the defeat at Ewood Park.

Speaking on the Quest highlights show, Morrison felt Leeds’ first, and third, goals should have been chalked off, and also believed Lewis Holtby was hard done by when he had a goal chalked off.

The Leeds opener saw Mateusz Klich rob possession from Lewis Travis and slide in Patrick Bamford who had the simple task of rolling the ball beyond Christian Walton in the seventh minute.

However, Morrison felt Travis was fouled by Klich initially.

"The first one, this is a foul from Klich on Travis," he said.

"Blackburn should feel aggrieved. He’s gone in to the back of him, they move it on and it’s a really good finish from Patrick Bamford.

“If I’m Blackburn manager Tony Mowbray I’m disappointed because Travis is just about to play the ball and Klich catches him in the back. But it’s still a really good finish.”

Rovers rallied after that and should have levelled when Sam Gallagher went through one-on-one with the goalkeeper, only to shoot wide, while Holtby was denied by the post.

As that move continued, the German put the ball in the net, but only after referee Robert Jones had blown for a foul on Jack Harrison by Elliott Bennett.

Morrison disagreed with that call, admitting: "This one I can't believe.

“Holtby hits it, you can see where it is. Elliott Bennett is going across the box with Harrison, there is a slight little, there's no pull on the arm, Holtby puts it in there, it's just a little contact. I don't know how the referee has given that decision."

Leeds made the game through Klich’s strike, moments after Adam Armstrong had reduced the arrears with a real moment of quality from a free kick.

Walton was only able to palm Klich’s shot against the post, with the ball bouncing over the line, but Morrison had sympathy with the Rovers goalkeeper.

"With Klich here, I think Alioski is the eye line of Walton. Klich has the shot and I think he could save that, definitely, if Alioski moves out the way so I think Blackburn can feel hard done by," he said.