Speaking after the game, Whites boss Marcelo Bielsa admitted his frustrations with the result, and claimed: “We had the initial 15 minutes in the first half, which was the best we played in the game.
“We defended well and we attacked well. In the final 30 minutes of the first half we stopped defending well and it’s difficult to attack when you don’t defend well.
“I think in the second half we defended and attacked well the whole half. Between the first half and the second half we had 60 minutes of good football.”
Meanwhile, down in the Championship, the relegation battle looks set to involve Yorkshire sides Sheffield Wednesday, Rotherham United and Huddersfield Town. In stark contrast, Barnsley are making a stunning bid for the play-off places, and currently sit in sixth place with a game in hand over Bournemouth in seventh.
Here are today's biggest transfer stories and the latest team news involving Leeds United Huddersfield Town and a number of other clubs from Yorkshire and beyond, as the fall-out and reaction from the weekend's action continues:
1. Canaries want Skipp back next season
Norwich City are looking to bring in Spurs midfielder Oliver Skipp back to the club next season, if they're able to secure promotion. He's played in every single league game for the table-topping Canaries so far this campaign. (Football Insider)
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2. Celtic could beat Barnsley to Joseph
Celtic look like they could be set to beat Barnsley to sign the signing of Wigan Athletic's Kyle Joseph, with reports suggesting they've made a pre-contract offer. Barnsley are believed to have seen a £500k bid turned down in January. (Football Insider)
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3. Forest's forgotten man could return to Scandinavia
Nottingham Forest midfielder Fouad Bachirou is believed to be on Norwegian side Rosenborg's radar. He signed for the club last summer, but has barely featured for the side due to injury problems. (The Athletic)
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4. Hornets ace closes in on return
Watford ace Tom Dele-Bashiru has revealed he could return before the end of the season, as he steps up his recovery from surgery on an ACL injury, and admitted breaking back into their in-form midfield could prove a tough test. (Club website)
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