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Leeds United
0 - 1
Southampton

nPower Championship

Elland Road

Sat 3rd March 2012

Attendance: 20,901

Referee: Mr n Miller

Leeds UnitedSouthampton
Lambert
Lonergan     Davis    
Lees     Richardson    
Bromby     24 Fonte    
White     56 Hooiveldt    
O'Dea     Fox     56
Brown     73 Schneiderlin    
Clayton     Cork    
Pugh     Chaplow    
Becchio     Puncheon     46
Snodgrass     Lambert    
McCormack     Lee     46
Substitutes
Nunez     Harding     56
Connolly
 
  24 Martin    
Webber     56 Do Prado     46
Sam     73 Hammond     46
Paynter     Sharp    
       
       
Game Statistics
22
Goal Attempts
7
12
On Target
4
5
Corners
3
8
Fouls
10
1
Yellow Cards
1
55
%
45
Comments...
I am still speechless. How the hell we managed to escape from Elland Road with the three points is beyond me. Leeds were by far and away the more attacking team yet they were unable to beat superb Kelvin Davis who produced the performance of the season just when we needed him. Only super Kelvin and some wasteful attempts kept us in the game but we will gladly accept the points. Great game for unbiased observers as the game was full of incident.
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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Saturday March 3 2012
Time: 7:46PM

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Seconded. Rendered speechless by the stats. I know a few Leeds fans and have to feel a bit of sympathy for them. Still, we needed the 3 points and it mens we've won 2 away games on the trot and our current form is looking good. Bring on Ispwich - another team we can do the double over.
wilfster
03/03/2012 20:08:00
0
I am so happy. But stunned by the way we eneded up winning.
stellarnw
03/03/2012 20:14:00
0
Still getting over the shock after watching how Leeds ran us ragged. Chuffed with the points but hope we haven't used up all of our luck for this season.
stellarnw
04/03/2012 00:01:00
0
Unbelievable. We must have a great chance of getting the job done. Luck like that don't happen very often. Bloody great result but oh how lucky.
VSrednwhite
04/03/2012 06:34:00
0
I didn't realise Dick Turpin was your manager. Unbelievable performance from Davis. It is results like that which get teams promoted.
dazza71
04/03/2012 07:07:00
0
Extremely lucky to get anything out of the game. Davis is some Keeper. All the best for promotion though
Tiny T
04/03/2012 13:13:00
0
Thanks huys. Still can't get away from the feeling of relief that we felt at the end of the game. Joyous naturally.
SFC Forever
05/03/2012 15:49:00
0
Yes we were very lucky Tiny T, but your team won't play like that again this season without blowing them away
stellarnw
05/03/2012 21:58:00
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