Graham Potter 'bitterly disappointed' after 'cruel' defeat against Manchester United
A last-gasp penalty from Bruno Fernandes, after the referee had already blown the full-time whistle, earned the visitors all three points after Solly March thought he had earned his side a 2-2 draw.
Albion dominated throughout, hitting the woodwork five times, and were praised by their manager for showing 'real courage and spirit'.
Potter said: "When you analyse the 90 minutes, I thought we were the better team. We had more shots, more chances, hit the woodwork a few times but that's football.
"It's cruel, sometimes it's not fair.
"We have to accept it as much as it's painful.
"I’d say we deserved something from the game, I would say that’s an understatement."
Potter said he 'didn't know where the extra time came from', adding: "I thought we scored with the last kick of the game."
“We are bitterly disappointed to concede the way we have, at the time we have."