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LUFC Snodgrass disappointed with point

Leeds United midfielder Robert Snodgrass was left disappointed after Leeds let a two goal lead slip inside the final twenty minutes.

Speaking on the official website, Snodgrass said, "It was disappointing. "It`s disappointing that weren`t putting more pressure on the leaders in the division. When you see how well we have done it shows the character we have and we don`t want to accept second best."

Leeds looked to be cruising to victory after Snodgrass gave Leeds a 2-0 lead with a wonder strike ten minutes into the second half.

Max Gradel had given Leeds a 1-0 lead after twenty minutes after the side had soaked up the early Leicester pressure.

After Snodgrass gave Leeds a 2-0 lead the side were in total control until conceding a penalty with eighteen minutes remaining.

Snodgrass actually felt that he was fouled in the build up that led to the Leicester penalty, "Some of the boys felt that there was a foul on me in the build up to their penalty. It was a bad decision," he continued.

Despite the disappointment of letting a two goal lead slip, many would have been happy with a point before kick off at Leicester, a side that had already beaten Leeds twice this season.

With games coming thick and fast over the festive period, Leeds have a quick chance to put the game behind them when they entertain Portsmouth on Tuesday, continuing he said, "If anybody feels had done by, Tuesday is a good chance to put that right."

Leeds will be playing in front of a sell out crowd after the last few remaining tickets sold out on Monday morning with a gate in excess of 32,000 expected inside Elland Road.


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Date:Monday December 27 2010

Time: 1:07PM

 

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