Houston pleased but with reservations
Dundee United manager Peter Houston was delighted with the character shown by his side as they fought back for a home point against Kilmarnock.
But he remains concerned by them once again giving cheap goals away as they were twice forced to come back from two-goals down.
Skipper Jon Daly struck twice, including an injury-time equaliser, during an always lively 3-3 draw and Gary Mackay-Steven was also on target.
"The players showed excellent character to come back from 2-0 and 3-1," Houston admitted to BBC Scotland. "But we can't keep giving teams two goals of a start and hope to come back.
"When you score three goals at home you expect to win," he added. "We played some great stuff in the second half and deserved to win."