Brighton goalkeeper Mathew Ryan regards Sunday's 2-2 draw with Fulham as two points dropped despite going two goals down.
Goals from Andre Schurrle and Aleksandar Mitrovic put the visitors ahead before a Glenn Murray double tied the scores. And speaking after the game, Ryan believed the Seagulls cost themselves three points.
"Definitely disappointed," he said. "We are at home, we pride ourselves on our home form, trying to make this place a fortress. We wanted to get three points and we've fallen short.
"Given the circumstance, we can take a little respite in the character we showed at 2-0 down. That is always important. It is not always rosy and in those difficult times it was good that in the end we came back and got something.
"Unfortunately, we conceded two soft goals and we weren't clinical enough in the final third. That's what hurt us."