Chris Wood makes Leeds United admission after 'kick in the teeth' for Burnley draw

Burnley's former Whites striker Chris Wood said Leeds United gave his side a late "kick in the teeth" at Turf Moor, but was unsure if his Clarets were deserving of victory.

Sunday, 29th August 2021, 9:10 pm
Updated Sunday, 29th August 2021, 9:12 pm

Wood's flick from close range put Sean Dyche's Clarets in front one minute after the hour but Leeds ensured they left Sunday's Premier League clash with a draw as Patrick Bamford netted four minutes from time.

Pressed on Burnley being disappointed not to leave with all three points, Wood told Clarets Plus: "I guess you can say that, a little a bit disappointing.

"I think it's just in the way of going up and then conceding late on, it's a bit of a kick in the teeth. But that's life.

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PEGGED BACK: Former Whites striker Chris Wood, left, had Burnley on course for victory after netting in the 61st minute, above, but Leeds United fought back to claim a point in Sunday's clash at Turf Moor. Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images.

"I thought we did extremely well. The team was fantastic.

"I don't know if we deserved the win but I thought we ground it out, making ourselves a good opponent for a win."

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