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Leeds United

Coca-Cola Football League Championship
Game 21: Saturday 3 December 2005

Leeds United 2 - 1 Leicester City
(Half-time: 1 - 0)
Crowd: 21402
Referee: M Dean (Wirral)
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Match Facts
Leeds United Team Leicester City
Neil Sullivan   Rab Douglas
Booked - 90 minutes Gary Kelly   Momo Sylla
Goal - 73 minutes Matthew Kilgallon   Patrik Gerrbrand
Paul Butler   Patrick McCarthy Sent off - 75 minutes
Liam Miller   Richard Stearman
Daniel Harding   Alan Maybury
Eddie Lewis   Ryan Smith Booked - 14 minutes
Subbed - 84 minutes Simon Walton   Patrick Kisnorbo Subbed - 81 minutes
Subbed - 90 minutes Robbie Blake   Johannes Gudjonsson Penalty - 69 minutes
Subbed - 90 minutes Goal - 41 minutes David Healy   Elvis Hammond Subbed - 87 minutes
Rob Hulse   Iain Hume
Ian Bennett   Danny Tiatto
Sub - 84 minutes Frazer Richardson   Nils-Eric Johannson
Sub - 90 minutes Danny Pugh   Mark de Vries Sub - 81 minutes
Stephen Crainey   Joe Hamill
Sub - 90 minutes Ian Moore   Dion Dublin Sub - 87 minutes
Match Reports
BBC Leeds 2 - 1 Leicester
The Observer Kilgallon denies gallant Leicester Kilgallon sees off Foxes
The Sporting Life Leeds 2 - 1 Leicester
The Sunday Times Leeds revival in full swing

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Kilgallon denies gallant Leicester - James Stirling

Copy from Football Unlimited of 04/12/2005.

Leeds chairman Ken Bates celebrated his birthday a day early when a goal from defender Matthew Kilgallon 17 minutes from time took his side into third place in the Championship.

Bates saw his side complete four successive League wins for the first time in four seasons. But it was a close call with Leicester, reduced to 10 men when Patrick McCarthy was sent off as Leeds got their winner.

Foxes manager Craig Levein said his defender had been wrong and deserved to be dismissed. 'It was wrong to go running towards the linesman. The referee has reacted to something he has said and he deserves to go if that is the case. I have no complaints whatsoever with that.

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