Leeds United extend their winless run after drawing with Charlton Athletic in their Championship match.
Leeds United have extended their winless run to eight games after drawing 2-2 with Charlton Athletic in their Championship clash this evening.
The game's first chance fell to Souleymane Doukara, but the Leeds striker could only turn Sam Byram's cross wide of the net.
Good build-up play from Tommaso Bianchi then set up a chance for Mirco Antenucci, who fired straight at Stephen Henderson.
Not to be outdone, Rhoys Wiggins and Callum Harriott were the next to combine well down Charlton's left flank before George Tucudean flicked a shot wide of the goal.
Stephen Warnock had to be alert to clear off the line minutes later from a Charlton corner before Alex Mowatt went close from just outside the box.
Mowatt eventually broke the deadlock when he curled a shot into the top corner from 20 yards to give Leeds a perfect start to the second half.
Johann Gudmundsson levelled for Charlton with a scrappy finish from an acute angle before Mowatt got his second goal in what was a dramatic period in the game.
Gudmundsson capped an exciting second half with another equaliser from the penalty spot late on, meaning both sides had to settle for a point.