Leeds United beat Yeovil Town 2-0 in the Championship thanks to second-half goals from Ross McCormack.
Ross McCormack scored two second-half goals as Leeds United beat Yeovil Town 2-0 in the Championship at Elland Road.
The Scot opened his account for the day two minutes after the restart when he sent an effort into the roof of the net to leave Town keeper Wayne Hennessey with no chance.
McCormack grabbed his second on 67 minutes when he found the bottom corner from the edge of the box.
During the first half Edward Upson had a decent attempt for the visitors when Joe Edwards teed him up before he flashed a left-footed shot just wide on 27 minutes.
Town had another effort five minutes later when Sam Hoskins sent an effort over the bar after Jamie McAllister had crossed for his teammate.
The relegation zone strugglers continued to press and had a chance towards the end of the half when McAllister had a shot from outside the box that was saved by Leeds keeper Paddy Kenny.
However, Leeds showed their class in the second half to see off the threat of Gary Johnson's side.
Half-Time Report: Leeds, Yeovil goalless at the break >