Posted by sean on December 26, 2005 at 6:33 pm in Leeds United with No Comments

I’ve only recently got back from Elland Road, watching Leeds United beat Coventry City 3-1. Great score line, performance wise it was very up and down. When Leeds played well they looked fabulous but when they played badly they were shocking.

For a lot of the game Coventry City bossed the midfield but some superb skill and finishing from Jonathan Douglas, Robbie Blake and Richard Cresswell got Leeds 3 goals and inevitably 3 valuable points.

A final honourable mention for Coventry City’s Don Hutchison who scored an absolute screamer of a goal. If you have Sky watch Football League Review, the goal was so impressive it even won applause from some of the Leeds fans.

Coventry City were awarded a dubious looking penalty. The Leeds fans, unimpressed did their very best to put off Gary McSheffrey, the penalty taker by shouting, stamping their feet and waving their arms. These distractions paid off, McSheffrey hit the bar – Hahahaha!!!!!

The atmosphere was also pretty good for a home match. A crowd of over 24,000 all taking part in a Mexican Wave is not something you see everyday.

I was able to record highlights of the game from BBC Radio Leeds onto my laptop. When I get home to Bath tomorrow I will make a commentary mix for the game and upload.

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