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  1. All the action and reaction as Leeds United take on Hull City in the Championship
  2. Leeds have won back-to-back games against Birmingham, Reading and Wolves
  3. Chris Wood puts Leeds in front despite strong Hull start
  4. Abel Hernandez equalises before Tom Huddlestone strikes before half time
  5. Chris Wood has penalty saved early in second half
  6. Stuart Dallas equalises in 88th minute

Live Reporting

By Amy Lofthouse

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good evening

    Hull 2-2 Leeds


    That draw keeps Leeds in eleventh place, while ensuring that Hull cannot win automatic promotion.

    The only worry is Gaetano Berardi, who has injured the same ankle that he had a problem with before. He will be heading for scans tonight.

    You can listen to our post-match interview with Steve Evans here.

    We'll be back next weekend as Leeds face Charlton back at Elland Road. Until then, thank you very much for joining us, and enjoy the rest of the weekend.

  2. More from Evans

    Hull 2-2 Leeds


    "I thought Chris led the line really well today," Evans said. "If he scores the penalty he has the perfect performance but he didn't let it affect him.

    "I'm delighted with Jordan Botaka. He's heading into the starting line-up and his performance today was excellent.

    "He's really had a spark about himself in the last two or three weeks and he will go home today deserving of that praise.

    "It wasn't an attitude thing with Bellusci - we've looked at Scott recently and he's trained really well. Bellusci will come back into the squad, there are no issues there. There's a great spirit there altogether"

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  4. Evans on today's draw

    Hull 2-2 Leeds

    Steve Evans

    "The players should take great credit for their performance today," Steve Evans told BBC Radio Leeds.

    "Sloppy defending - when you do that, it costs you, and when you have the quality of player that Steve Bruce has assembled here, it will hurt you.

    "We worked away in the second half and I don't condemn Chris Wood for missing the penalty. I've watched it and for me it's a good save.

    "The supporters were a different decibel today. The noise when we equalised was just great to hear."

  5. More from Noel

    Hull 2-2 Leeds

    Noel Whelan

    Ex-Leeds United striker

    Leeds have matched Hull and they can come away with a lot of credit.

    There were chances in there and it might have been a different story if Chris Wood put the penalty away.

    They stuck at it and they showed some character.

  6. Steve Evans on today's result

    Hull 2-2 Leeds

    As it stands, Leeds are still eleventh in the Championship, having ended Hull's slim hopes of automatic promotion.

    We'll have our post-match interview with Steve Evans very shortly.

  7. Noel on Leeds' defence

    Hull 2-2 Leeds

    Noel Whelan

    Ex-Leeds United striker

    It comes down to decision making and game management.

    When you have three minute of extra time, why try and chest the ball on the edge of the box? Just defend it!

    It isn't the first time we've given chances away trying to play this tippy-tappy football.

    They need to become ruthless at defending and cut out those silly mistakes.

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  9. More from Noel

    Hull 2-2 Leeds

    Noel Whelan

    Ex-Leeds United striker

    Leeds deserved to come away with a point and they were always in the game.

    It was quite an open game and pretty entertaining to watch.

    Coming away with nothing would have been an injustice, even with those crazy three minutes that allowed Hull to score.

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  11. Noel on today's result

    Hull 2-2 Leeds

    Noel Whelan

    Ex-Leeds United striker

    When you look back on the game as a whole, a draw is a fair reflection.

    Chris Wood’s penalty could have been the moment that turned the draw into a win.

    A bit of brilliance by Jordan Botaka, something we haven’t seen enough of this season, got Leeds back into it.

    If you can take four points off the big boys at this stage of the season, you have to be happy.


    That's a point rescued for Leeds and a bit of a bruising to Hull's ego.

    Hull were by far the stronger team in periods but Leeds scrapped back and didn't let Chris Wood's penalty get their heads down.

    Get your thoughts coming in to us, Leeds fans, by tweeting us @wysdaily

  13. Hull 2-2 Leeds

    A late sub for Hull as Adama Diomand replaces Chuba Akpom.

  14. Hull 2-2 Leeds

    Hull are targeting the left as Andrew Robertson whips away from Lewis Cook and crosses, but Charlie Taylor chests it down to Marco Silvestri. 

  15. Hull 2-2 Leeds

    There's absolutely a winner in this. Andrew Robertson fires the ball in, Lewie Coyle defends with a certain part of his anatomy and earns a wince from everyone around him.

  16. Hull 2-2 Leeds

    Six minutes of added time ahead. Which will be in no way tense for everyone.

  17. Hull 2-2 Leeds

    Hull bite back straight away as Sam Clucas shoots, Marco Silvestri parries it back out and Clucas can't bury the rebound.

  18. BreakingGOAL DALLAS: HULL 2-2 LEEDS

    That's a superbly worked goal from Leeds and Jordan Botaka in particular.

    Lewis Cook made the initial break before finding Botaka, who drove forward, made space and found Stuart Dallas 20 yards out.

    Dallas was unmarked and it was low and quick into the bottom left corner.