Last-gasp Snodgrass saves Grayson

Robert Snodgrass's injury-time strike saved Simon Grayson from a losing start as Leeds manager as they drew 1-1 with Leicester.

Last Updated: 26/12/08 at 18:22 Post Comment

Snodgrass: Snatched a point for the Whites

Snodgrass: Snatched a point for the Whites

More of the games that matter

Upgrade in minutes or watch with a NOW TV Day Pass.

It was an unlikely point as Leicester - chasing a seventh straight win - looked comfortable for most of the match, but they paid the price for trying to sit on a narrow lead.

Grayson was nearly given the perfect start when Dave Martin dropped the ball at the feet of Luciano Becchio but the Leeds striker thumped his shot against the post from four yards.

Leicester were playing the better football and gained their reward in the 24th minute when Matt Fryatt broke across the front of the area and fed Matt Oakley who drove his shot across the face of Casper Ankergren.

There was little to excite the 33,580 crowd on Boxing Day with both sides giving away the ball and very little goalmouth incident although Becchio did squander a second chance when put through by Robinson.

The match looked to be petering out until Snodgrass seized on a perfect chip by Jonny Howson and forced it in at the far post.

Football365 Facebook Fan Page

The Football365 fan page is a great place to meet like minded people, have football related discussions and make new friends.

More Match Results

Sunday, 03 May 2015
12:15
Barnsley 5-0 Rochdale Report
Bristol C 8-2 Walsall Report
Colchester 1-0 Preston Report
Crawley 1-2 Coventry Report
Crewe 0-1 Bradford Report
Doncaster 5-2 Scunthorpe Report
Gillingham 3-1 Notts Co Report
MK Dons 5-1 Yeovil Report
Oldham 1-1 Peterboro Report
Port Vale 1-2 Fleetwood Report

Footer 365

Chelsea 1-0 Crystal Palace: Eden Hazard the hero as Blues secure Premier League title with nervy win

Chelsea secured their first Premier League title in five years after a nervy 1-0 win over Crystal Palace.

Four-time winner Didier Drogba delighted as Chelsea secure title

Legendary Chelsea striker Didier Drogba celebrated his fourth title triumph after Chelsea defeated Crystal Palace 1-0.

John Terry revels in Chelsea title win at Stamford Bridge

John Terry said winning his fourth Premier League title at Stamford Bridge was “what he lived for”.

Mail Box

Shouldn't We Give Players Time?

Do we really want to throw out the baby with the bathwater every single summer? We also have a Man United fan who wants massive investment. And more...

Liverpool: No Greater Than Aston Villa

It's fair to say that Raúl H. Garcia from the morning mailbox has got something of a kicking on Thursday afternoon. Oh and the Neviller is wrong for once...

© 2015 Sky Ltd. All Rights Reserved A Sky Sports Digital Media company