The result ends a 11-match winning run.
“We've come out in the second half in our past few matches and really turned on the style and scored some goals," said Holding after Sunday's match. “We just need to start a bit faster and play how we do in the second half. That's something to work on for the next game.
“It's the end of the winning run and we're disappointed with that, but as long as we don't lose, it's one of them.
“They has a couple of penalties and apparently our second goal was handball, but I haven't seen anything yet. It was an entertaining game for the fans I suppose, but we're disappointed not to keep that winning streak going."