Date: 26th December 2010 at 5:43pm
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Leeds United manager Simon Grayson was disappointed to see his side lose a two goal lead at Leicester and felt they were cruising until the penalty.

Grayson felt the penalty was the turning point of the game after Max Gradel and Robert Snodgrass had fired them into a two-goal lead after 55 minutes.

Speaking on Yorkshire Radio, Grayson said, “They got the momentum going forward; they got the crowd behind them because we had certainly kept them quiet, at 2-0 I thought we was cruising, disappointed but we can draw a lot of confidence from it.”

Leicester got back into the game on 72 minutes when Schmeichel brought down Vassell for a penalty.

Paul Gallagher stepped up to fire home and four minutes later Andy King equalised with a long-range effort.

Leeds almost snatched all three points late on when both Collins and Paynter went close to scoring.


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