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Leeds United 1-0 Bristol City: the guys from Marcelo Bielsa finish the three-game winless run with crucial victory

Leeds United 1-0 Bristol City: the guys from Marcelo Bielsa finish a three-point winless run while Leeds benefits from promotional rivals that drop important points

Leeds United has claimed a crucial win over promotional rivals Bristol City to end a series of three non-win games.

Luke Ayling sealed the win after a 16-minute strike and moved home after the ball was whistled around the box.

Lee City, manager of Bristol, felt sad when the Robins were denied a penalty for handball in the second half.

The result means that Leeds has stolen ground on frontrunner West Brom who dropped points earlier against Nottingham Forest.

Luke Ayling opened the score in the crucial game against Bristol City on Elland Road

Luke Ayling opened the score in the crucial game against Bristol City on Elland Road

The defender celebrated scoring his second goal of the season to give Leeds a half-lead

The defender celebrated scoring his second goal of the season to give Leeds a half-lead

The defender celebrated scoring his second goal of the season to give Leeds a half-lead

Patrick Bamford thought he had added another, but it was out of control

Patrick Bamford thought he had added another, but it was out of control

Patrick Bamford thought he had added another, but it was out of control

Lee Johnson reacts furiously after Bristol City was denied a penalty for handball

Lee Johnson reacts furiously after Bristol City was denied a penalty for handball

Lee Johnson reacts furiously after Bristol City was denied a penalty for handball

MATCHING FACTS AND LEADING LIST

LEEDS (4-1-4-1): Casilla; Ayling, White, Cooper (c), Dallas; Phillips 5; Costa, Hernandez (Shackleton 90), Klich, Harrison; Bamford (Augustin 75)

Subs not used: Meslier, Douglas, Alioski, Roberts, Berardi

goal scorers: Ayling 16

booked: Dallas, Klich

sent:

BRISTOL CITY (4-4-2): Bentley; Kalas, Williams (c), Baker, Dasilva; Eliasson (Palmer 74), Massengo, Henriksen, Paterson (Diedhiou); Weimann (O’Dowda 34), Wells

Subs not used: Hunt, Rowe, Benkovic, Wollacott

goal scorers:

booked: O’Dowda

Referee: Tim Robinson

attendance:

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Marcelo Bielsa watched and hoped to stop the rotting after a series of two wins from 11 outings

Marcelo Bielsa watched and hoped to stop the rotting after a series of two wins from 11 outings

Marcelo Bielsa watched and hoped to stop the rotting after a series of two wins from 11 outings

Patrick Bamford of Leeds United is challenged by Nathan Baker of Bristol City

Patrick Bamford of Leeds United is challenged by Nathan Baker of Bristol City

Patrick Bamford of Leeds United is challenged by Nathan Baker of Bristol City

Leeds had played three games without a win and promotion rivals ran in

Leeds had played three games without a win and promotion rivals ran in

Leeds had played three games without a win and promotion rivals ran in

Nakhi Wells was unable to make it to Bristol City in the crunch game

Nakhi Wells was unable to make it to Bristol City in the crunch game

Nakhi Wells was unable to make it to Bristol City in the crunch game

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