(EFE) .- Leeds United does not finish coming out of the pothole in which it is this season and saved a point in the 95th minute against Brentford (2-2).
Patrick Bamford, who returned after two and a half months injured, achieved the equalizer in the 96th minute of the match and neutralized Brentford’s comeback to extend the streak of games without losing Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds to three.
The ‘Whites’ took the lead through Tyler Roberts in the first half, but Shandon Baptiste and Sergi Canós, who retaliated for their own goal against Tottenham Hotspur this week, turned the score around.
They were already enjoying those of Thomas Frank, but in the last minute of added time, Bamford, on a corner kick, made it 2-2 that gave Leeds some oxygen in a fight to stay that is going to be exciting.
Those from Bielsa, who have two draws and a victory in the last three games, are fourteenth with 16 points, six above the relegation zone, while Brentford has only achieved one victory in their last five games, but remains unchanged. eleventh with 17 points.