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Bristol City mounted a sterling late response to beat us in the battle of the npower Championship strugglers which leaves Our boss Dave Jones clinging on to his job. Jones, who saw us come into the game on the back of six successive defeats, had received a vote of confidence from Milan Mandaric a fortnight ago, and he looked to be overseeing a home win until the Robins' late show. We were leading 2-1 with 12 minutes to go thanks to goals from Miguel Llera and Gary Madine, though Llera's involvement did not end there.The Portuguese defender gave away a penalty to allow Sam Baldock to equalise at 1-1 Then, just a minute after Baldock had levelled for the second time from the spot, Albert Adomah curled in a fine 22-yard free-kick to put Derek McInnes' side ahead.The drama was not done there, though, as after We appealed for a penalty, Madine slammed home the ball, but referee Andre Mariner, who had caused Jones much chagrin throughout the afternoon, ruled out the effort and awarded a free-kick to City.And there was no coming back from that for us, as we slumped to a seventh defeat on the bounce, which Jones will do well to survive.