Date:Tuesday December 27 2005
Back to winning ways, and Ellis was delighted the way the Whites struck back after Coventry's equaliser.
Leeds' assistant manager Sam Ellis said Robbie Blake's goal was the highlight of the match: 'It was a class goal. We believe the character of our squad is the best base we have to work from, and that proved it, coming so soon after their equaliser.
'It is the third time we have been pegged back and gone on to win at home and it was a tough game today. I'm pleased with the whole squad, they all played their part.'
McSheffrey could have made it 3-2 in the closing stages but smashed his penalty against the bar in a moment that summed up City's afternoon.
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