VIDEO: Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder left 'furious' with Blades' 'big time' performance in draw with Gillingham
United led through Billy Sharp, before Josh Wright's quickfire double gave struggling Gillingham the lead.
Kieron Freeman rescued a point for United with his fourth goal in five games, and the hosts also had two disallowed for offside, but Wilder was left fuming at their second-half display.
James Shield, The Star's Sheffield United writer, said: "Chris laid it all on the line afterwards and didn't try to dress it up, or disguise the fact that he was furious with their second-half display.
"It wasn't so much the football, but he described their performance as 'big time' and not in a good way.
"So it was clearly attitude that was the problem, which is unusual for a team which prides itself on its discipline, motivation and approach to football matches."