Wood scores in Burnley loss

Wood scores in Burnley loss

Wood scores in Burnley loss

Oddschecker Spokeman George Elek: "There is undoubtedly a renewed optimism around Leeds that the Elland Road club are destined to finally return to the Premier League, but that hasn't stopped their fans of dreaming about cup success too".

All White striker Chris Wood came on late to score, but it wasn't enough as Burnley was beaten by his former club Leeds United in the third round of the English League Cup.

One message posted on the official Twitter account of Ladbrokes was addressed to Wood and Taylor, followed by an image of a raised middle finger and the words: "Yours sincerely, Leeds fans #LUFC".

"The club are aware of the problem".

Wood's 86th minute penalty, fired into the bottom left hand corner of the net, tied things up at 1-1, after Leeds Gaetano Berardi had taken down Burnley's Chris Long in the box.

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Neither goalscorer Wood nor Taylor would have expected a warm reception from the away end, despite their respective efforts across the Pennines over several years, but were subjected to abuse throughout the game and manager Sean Dyche found the vitriol hard to comprehend.

Sky Bet Championship side Leeds secured a place in the last-16 following a dramatic 5-3 win on spot-kicks.

"Maybe I got the changes wrong, but I was expecting a lot more from my players".

The sides could not be separated after extra time, which followed a scintillating final few minutes of regular time in which three goals were scored, so a shootout was ordered to decide the victor.

"I remember my first season at Leeds I was booed for three or four months of the season, I had to overcome that", Wood said, as quoted by the Lancashire Evening Telegraph.

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