LUFC Who was your Leeds man of the match?
Leeds United started 2013 with hopefully a morale-boosting win over Bolton Wanderers.
In a dire game, it was no surprise that it took a penalty to separate the sides.
Luciano Becchio netted his sixth penalty of the season and his eighteenth in total.
Goalkeeper Paddy Kenny kept his fifth clean sheet of the season and he made a great save to deny Chris Eagles in the first half.
Jason Pearce kept his place in the defence ahead of Tom Lees and there was a return for Captain Lee Peltier.
Rodolph Austin started his first home game since November and Ross McCormack is first at home since September.
El Hadji Diouf returned to the side against one of his former clubs and Becchio was back from injury.
So who was your man of the match/
You can vote at the bottom right hand side of this page.
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