Nearly 80 minutes gone now. We couldn't hold out could we? Well as it happens no. Peltier conceded an unnecessary corner. Nerves jangled in the Leeds defence and the away hordes. Austin had struggled to keep tabs on Davies all night at set pieces and was unable to prevent the wily old centre forward burying a header in the Leeds net. 2.2. Bollox! Bolton were now in the ascendency as they poured forward looking for a winner. For Leeds it was all hands to the pumps as they hung on. As the game crept into added time it was Leeds who were a whisker away from securing their third away win of the season when Diouf curled a shot beyond the Bolton keeper and rattled the bar. The game ended at 2.2 and probably a fair reflection of the night's action.
Sam Byram was my man of the match with another sparkling display of pace, skill and maturity. Diouf showed plenty of touches of class whilst Pelts looked uncomfortable all night aginst the pace and guile of the Bolton attack. A point at Bolton is never a bad result but after sneaking in front there was an air of disappointment at letting the Trotters back into the game from the fans as they left the soggy stadium. Phil Dowd did his best to spoil the game for everybody but that's what he excels at. Leeds should approach the game with Barnsley in good heart though as their mini unbeaten run continues. Time to lay the Barnsley hoodoo? I do hope so.