Leeds United and Brighton Hove Albion are level in their Championship clash at Elland Road, as Ross McCormack cancels outs Leonardo Ulloa's opener.
It's all square in the Championship clash between Leeds United and Brighton & Hove Albion at Elland Road.
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The visitors started the game brightly and could have taken the lead in the fourth minute if not for a good save from Paddy Kenny, who turned Andrea Orlandi's 25-yard effort past the post.
Brighton continued to dominate and did go ahead in the 12th minute when Andrew Crofts raided down the right and fired a cross to the near post, where Leonardo Ulloa turned the ball into the net.
However, Leeds were level within minutes as Michael Tonge's cross was headed into the path of Ross McCormack by Luke Varney, and the striker slotted the ball home.
Brian McDermott's side upped the ante late in the half when new boy Luke Murphy had two efforts, but he couldn't beat Tomas Kuszczak.
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