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Copy from Football Unlimited of 11/12/2004.
As widespread boos rattled round the Boleyn ground, David Healy slotted home an injury-time penalty which salvaged an unlikely point for Leeds United last night.
West Ham's players as well as their fans were incensed at the way Healy had gone to ground under an innocuous-looking challenge from Neil Lomas.
Until Healy's goal Leeds had looked set for their third successive defeat after Luke Chadwick had put West Ham ahead on 50 minutes. However, the home side wasted countless chances and probably only had themselves to blame.