Match report: Leeds United v Portsmouth

A last-gasp own goal from Leeds United defender Andy O'Brien gifted Portsmouth a 3-3 draw at Elland Road.

The centre-back turned Nadir Ciftci's cross into his own net in injury-time as Pompey fought back from 3-1 down to claim a point.

Leeds took seven minutes to open the scoring through Gradel's close-range finish, and Jonathan Howson added a second three minutes later after running through Portsmouth's defence.

Billy Paynter could have added a third but Pompey replied on 33 minutes when David Nugent fired a shot into the top corner of Kasper Schmeichel's net.

Bradley Johnson looked to have settled the game with a 62nd-minute volley but Richard Hughes replied immediately to set up a tense finish and O'Brien's error completed their fightback.

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