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Copy from Football Unlimited of 03/10/2004.
Luck, they say, favours the brave. Well, there was nothing too brave about Leeds United after they managed to escape with a point after surviving one penalty appeal for handball, one actual penalty and three Cardiff shots that rebounded from their bar during the last 32 minutes.
'We were fortuitous, no doubt about it,' admitted their manager, Kevin Blackwell, who jested: 'We practised Cardiff hitting the bar and getting the rebounds away. But, in truth, we didn't expect anything less from them.'
The goalless draw was little surprise. Only Rotherham, the bottom club, had scored fewer Championship goals than yesterday's contestants. But at least Cardiff made several significant attempts to improve their 'goals for' column, whereas Leeds could point to creating only two chances of any significance before completing their third league game without scoring.