Leeds well beaten by Nurnberg

Leeds United ended their pre-season campaign with a 2-0 defeat to FC Nurnberg at Elland Road on Saturday.

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Daniel Ginczek netted in both halves, condemning the Whites to a second defeat in three outings since their return from a tour of Slovenia.

Ginczek connected well with Hiroshi Kiyotake's free-kick after just three minutes, and despite Luke Varney's best efforts to clear the ball off the line the referee awarded the goal after consulting the linesman.

United responded well with Ross McCormack and Noel Hunt both going close but it was Ginczek who had the final word when he headed home from a corner on 69 minutes.

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