LEEDS UNITED'S season is over after a 4-2 win for Derby County in the Championship play-off semi-final second leg at Elland Road meant a 4-3 win on aggregate, ending the Whites' bid for promotion under Marcelo Bielsa.
LEEDS UNITED moved to within one point of sealing a third-placed finish through a crazy 1-1 draw at home to ten-men Aston Villa who were allowed to walk home an equaliser after Leeds scored when Jonathan Kodjia was down injured.
LEEDS UNITED'S automatic promotion hopes were dealt another huge hammer blow as a 2-0 defeat at Brentford left the Whites third and three points behind second-placed Sheffield United with just two games to play.
For Leeds United this international break promises to be more sobering than the last. The league table still has a pretty look about it but Thomas Christiansen would be fooling himself by thinking that his squad have their act together.
LEEDS UNITED stayed top of the Championship on goal difference as strikes from Pierre-Michel Lasogga and Kalvin Phillips plus a bizarre Bartosz Bialkowski own goal saw off dangerous Ipswich Town 3-2 at Elland Road.
Leeds United have bigger fish to fry than the Carabao Cup but the chance to roast Burnley, Charlie Taylor and Chris Wood was too good to waste. All three were cooked at Turf Moor last night as Leeds drove into the last 16 in breathtaking fashion.
After a rousing first week at the coalface for Thomas Christiansen came a lesson about how the Championship works: Premier League clubs hunting his prized centre-forward and the brick wall of Preston North End drawing the sting from Leeds United’s opening league game at home.