LUFC Grayson -It feels like a defeat
Leeds United boss Simon Grayson said it felt like a defeat after seeing his Leeds side concede with almost the last kick of the game at Elland Road to earn Coventry City a draw.
Coventry defender Richard Wood pounced on a mistake by Paul Rachubka, who was making his debut at Elland Road.
Speaking after the game on Yorkshire Radio, Grayson said, "I`m obviously disappointed to concede in the last minute to draw in a game that we should have won. We had enough chances to put the game to bed.
"It feels like a defeat and the boys are obviously very frustrated."
It looked like Leeds were going to make it three wins and three clean sheets in a row thanks to a first goal for the club by Darren O`Dea in the first half.
Leeds were guilty of missing a number of opportunities to double their lead and leading goalscorer Ross McCormack missed the best opportunity close to half time when he fired over the bar from close range.
The injury time goal made a huge difference to Leeds position in the table. They were ten seconds away from going third in the table but instead they finish the night in tenth place.
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