Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa had no complaints after their home defeat to West Ham.
Leeds had gone in front when Mateusz Klich converted a twice-taken sixth-minute penalty, with VAR ordering the retake after ruling keeper Lukasz Fabianski had stepped off his goalline.
However, the visitors - who had won just once on the previous 26 occasions when they had conceded first in a Premier League game - levelled when Illan Meslier failed to stop Tomas Soucek's soft header and won it with 10 minutes to go through Angelo Ogbonna's header.
Bielsa said, "It was a fair defeat, the type of game that doesn't surprise us. We prepared ourselves to face a game of the characteristics it had today and they were superior.
On conceding from set-pieces, he added: "We know about this problem and we're doing everything necessary to try and correct it, it's not sufficient but we have to insist this problem has less influence on our games."