SHEFFIELD United boss Slavisa Jokanovic slammed "two joke decisions" that went against his side against Cherries.

The Blades took the lead when Morgan Gibbs-White turned in from a Billy Sharp cross.

But the hosts quickly stormed back to lead 2-1 within nine minutes of the Gibbs-White goal.

Dominic Solanke equalised from the penalty spot, despite Enda Stevens appearing to foul the striker outside the box.

Philip Billing then netted what turned out to be the winner, converting a Ryan Christie cross.

Discussing the dubious penalty decision of referee Robert Jones, Jokanovic said: "I am simply not a blind guy. If I really answer you what I think, this is expensive. I am not a rich enough guy!

"It’s simple. To spend some money, it was two joke decisions, before both goals.

"That cost us so expensive. It was one metre and a half outside the box.

"I don’t feel nothing, I don’t think anything, I just watch on the field what I see on the field and what I see after the game. It was the same for the second goal.

"The second goal was clearly offside."

Asked how frustrating it was for Cherries to get back into the contest so soon after the Blades opener, Jokanovic added: "They didn’t get back into the game, some guys put them into the game.

"It’s simple like this. I can be unsatisfied, but it’s not valid for us.

"We played well, but in end in these kind of circumstances, we created things after these two big decisions of the referee.

"We deserved to score, but we didn’t do it and that’s it."