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Football round-up: Leeds let two-goal lead slip, Hull win at home, Owls snatch late point

Leeds are still without a win after letting a 2-0 lead slip against Bristol.

Hull have moved into the top three after a 2-1 win at home to Fulham.

Sheffield Wednesday rescued a point thanks to a 90th minute equaliser from Modou Sougou at home to Reading.

In League One, Doncaster were held to a goaless draw by Southend at the Keepmoat Stadium. Scunthorpe lost 3-0 at title favourites Wigan Athletic.


Doncaster Rovers beat Leeds United on penalties

Doncaster Rovers' Andy Williams scores his side's first goal of the game from the penalty spot Credit: PA

Doncaster Rovers have beaten Leeds United 4-2 on penalties in tonight's Capital One Cup first round.

The game went to extra time after Lewis Cook scored his first senior goal for Leeds, and the hosts levelled through an Andy Williams' penalty. Rovers sealed their victory through missed penalties by Chris Wood and Sam Byram.

Berardi: United targeting Championship play offs

Leeds United defender Gaetano Berardi says the team can achieve a top six finish in the Championship this season, provided they work as hard as they have done during their pre-season training camp in Austria.

The left back made 22 appearances as United avoided relegation during a difficult season.

Now, under German manager Uwe Rosler, Berardi told Chris Dawkes he is confident the team can improve on last year's finish:


Rosler: Cellino and I are getting on very well

Leeds United Head Coach, Uwe Rosler says he is getting on "very well" with owner, Massimo Cellino.

The German's comments will come as good news to Whites fans, following a turbulent start to their pre-season preparations.

Rosler, who is the fifth coach to take charge of the club under Cellino, is currently overseeing his team's training camp in Kossen, 75km south-west of Salzburg:

Report: Crowd violence mars Leeds United friendly

Austrian Police are investigating following crowd violence at the end of a Leeds United pre-season friendly. 25 fans - including three from Leeds - were arrested, and five people were injured.

Salzburg Police say the problems actually began when some fans of Leeds' opponents Frankfurt , on the way to the ground, refused to pay bus fares and stormed security at the stadium.

After the game, trouble flared again when Leeds fans went on to the pitch to meet the players - and then, according to Austrian police, were attacked by German rivals. Chris Dawkes, who is following the pre-season tour, sends this exclusive report:

Salzburg police statement: Police use pepper spray to end brawl which injured three Leeds United fans and two police officers

Police in Salzburg say 25 people have been arrested after violence at a friendly game last night.

Fans, some wearing balaclavas, clash after Leeds Utd friendly

A statement says problems began when Frankfurt fans refused to pay bus fare and then stormed security at stadium.

Key points from the Salzburg police statement are below:

  • Three Leeds fans and two police officers were injured during the fight with Frankfurt fans, in which 17 Frankfurt fans were arrested. In total, police made 25 arrests in relation to events at the game. Around 1,100 fans were present at the match.
  • Problems began before the game in the city of Salzburg, when a public bus was was blocked because around 50 Frankfurt fans refused to pay the fare to Eugendorf.
  • When these Frankfurt fans arrived on foot at the stadium, they stormed the entry controls and became violent towards the security personnel. Officers intervened immediately and four fans, who had initiated the fighting, were arrested. Two security officers were injured.
  • A short time later a Leeds fan was arrested after throwing a seat at security. Frankfurt fans tried to retaliate, but were prevented by the rapid action taken by the police. Flares were fired several times during the game - it is not known which fans were involved with this.
  • Leeds fans went onto the field at the end of the game and moved towards the area of the Frankfurt fans. The situation escalated quickly and there was an attack on the Leeds fans. Officers were immediately able to end this.
  • Outside the stadium Leeds fans were again attacked by the Frankfurt fans. The fight moved to the centre of Eugendorf, where police had to use pepper spray to end the brawl.
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