Leeds United drew with Bolton Wanderers on Saturday, but what did the Whites' players make of the result?
Leeds United and Bolton Wanderers played out a 1-1 draw at the Macron Stadium on Saturday, with both sides converting a penalty apiece.
Leeds midfielder Rudy Austin opened the scoring after just three minutes when Sam Byram was fouled in the area. But veteran forward Eidur Gudjohnsen equalised when Bolton were awarded a spot-kick of their own, after Luke Murphy fouled Darren Pratley.
The result meant Leeds slipped one place to 21st in the table and manager Neil Redfearn will be hoping for a swift upturn in form to ensure the famous club does not slip into the relegation zone.
Big things were expected following the permanent appointment of Redfearn at Elland Road – after the former academy boss showed what he could do during a temporary stint in charge – but things have not gone according to plan following the departure of Darko Milanic.
That said, Leeds have a number of young players coming through who are showing real promise, and a point away from home in the Championship is rarely a bad thing.
A positive point away from home. Bolton going well under NL and tough to beat. Well done lads.— Stephen Warnock (@StephenWarnock3) January 10, 2015
A good point away from home!— Lewis Cook (@lewiscook_) January 10, 2015