Date: 20th November 2010 at 6:06pm
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Leeds boss Simon Grayson was delighted to earn a point at Norwich but was unhappy with the incident that led to the home sides equaliser.

Leon Barnett headed home from a corner but Grayson says that it was clearly a foul on goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel in the build up, speaking on Radio Leeds, Grayson said, “He was blatantly pushed by Chris Martin, which as made him end up on his backside, if he`d have been stood up he would have caught the ball.”

The goal couldn`t take away the satisfaction that Grayson took in earning a point and making it five games unbeaten that keep them in the play off places in fifth place.

Leeds had taken an early lead through Max Gradel before being denied all three points after conceding the dubious equaliser halfway through the second half.

Grayson continued, “We played very well, we would have taken a point before we came here.”

Leeds will now hope to continue their unbeaten run when they travel to Reading next weekend.


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