The Lions looked to be cruising to their first away victory of the campaign as they led 2-0 at the break through goals from Aiden O'Brien and Lee Gregory.
The Whites pulled one back immediately after the restart through Pierre-Michel Lasogga and were level ten minutes later when Kemar Roofe managed to find the back of the net in a goal-line scramble.
Christiansen said: "A lot of credit to them because we did in the second half as we did against Ipswich but again we don't take anything and we can not be satisfied and we can not take anything with us. It might not be good for my health, but I will certainly take the points". Well, take a look at the coupons we've selected and you could be quids in by Saturday evening!
"I don't think that we're judged in the same way". Once again we go from this game without any points.
The Whites are as low as 10th in the league table at the moment, and they can not afford to lose any more ground on the top six.
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With Roofe bagging again but again being taken off, lots of Leeds fans took the opportunity to reply to the forward with some of their thoughts and opinions, and there was a mixed reaction indeed to the update from Roofe.
"It must stop now".
"We need to continue".
When asked if he'd have liked to have Lasogga on the pitch for the closing stages, Christiansen said: "Yes but I had the idea of taking him out, he was finished, he couldn't walk if you see the efforts that he did".
"A couple of stray passes, losing out on a couple of 50-50s, but you can't just single out one player", he added.