Thomas Christiansen outlines what he didn’t like in Leeds United win

Apoel FC's head coach Thomas Christiansen attend a training session in Copenhagen on August 15, 2016 on the eve of the Champions League play off football match against FC Copenhagen.

Leeds United won against Bolton Wanderers in the Championship at the weekend.

Leeds United head coach Thomas Christiansen has suggested to The Yorkshire Evening Post that he did not like that his side conceded twice against Bolton Wanderers at the weekend.

The West Yorkshire outfit kicked off their 2017-18 Championship with a 3-2 victory over Bolton away from home at the Macron Stadium on Sunday evening.

The Whites went 2-0 up after 30 minutes, but the visiting team conceded first in the 39th minute and then midway through the second half to make life a bit tough for themselves.

Apoel FC's head coach Thomas Christiansen attend a training session in Copenhagen on August 15, 2016 on the eve of the Champions League play off football match against FC Copenhagen.

Leeds’s overall performance against Bolton was very encouraging and their football was good to watch, but manager Christiansen was not pleased with his team conceding twice.

“It was good and we created good opportunities, controlling the situation of the game,” Christiansen told The Yorkshire Evening Post. “I want us to create and score but I don’t like to see us to (concede) the goals we did.”

APOEL's Danish coach Thomas Christiansen looks on ahead of their UEFA Europa League Group B football match between Cyprus' APOEL Nicosia and Kazakhstan's FC Astana on September 15, 2016,...

Bolton won promotion from League One to the Championship at the end of last season and are expected to struggle for survival in the second tier of English football.

Winning against the Trotters was always on the cards for Leeds, but two goals that they conceded should be something that Christiansen needs to look into even if game was away from home.

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