Leeds United fans let a late lead slip against Bristol City.
Leeds United stars reached out to fans after their late draw with Bristol City.
The side had been 2-0 up until goals in the 89th minute and then the fifth minute of injury time rescued a 2-2 draw for the Robins.
The big positive was a first goal from New Zealand international striker Chris Wood, who took to Twitter to thank the supporters who travelled from Yorkshire to Ashton Gate to watch the midweek fixture.
Tough one to take but we go again Saturday. Massive game ahead. Thanks to everyone that travel, support was great. Nice to be off the mark— Chris Wood (@officialcwood) August 19, 2015
Wood's goal was well timed, giving him the confidence boost he will need heading into a televised derby against Sheffield Wednesday.
One player who did not play in the game was defender Liam Cooper, who found himself rotated out of the starting line-up in favour of Giuseppe Bellusci.
He was another to thank supporters, admitting the result was a tough one to take, having been in control of the game until the dying minutes.