Leeds United midfielder Michael Tonge was delighted to equalise for Leeds at Sheffield Wednesday in what he described as a really good team goal.
Tonge equalised for Leeds with just thirteen minutes remaining when he started and finished the move that led to the goal.
The on loan midfielder beat Wednesday keeper Chris Kirkland from the edge of the area, his second goal for the club since arriving from Stoke City last month.
Speaking on Sky Sports, Tonge said, “I was buzzing when it went in the net. It was a really good team goal. It started on the edge of our box and it finished after twelve or thirteen passes before it ended up in the back of the net and I think that sometimes people don`t see that.
“It was fantastic, not just to get a goal myself but also for the team that keeps us ticking along nicely.”
Tonge had looked the biggest threat on goal for Leeds during the game. Kirkland kept out his first half free kick and he saw a second half free kick just clear the crossbar.
The 29 year old is on loan at Leeds until mid-December having failed to win a regular place in the Stoke City since moving to the Britannia Stadium in 2008.
He was a doubt for this game after suffering a shoulder injury in Leeds last game before the international break against Barnsley.
He has now played in all eight of Leeds games since his arrival in September
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