Sport Today U23 Report: Leeds United 3-2 AET City Coventry

U23 Report: Leeds United 3-2 AET City Coventry


Professional Development League semi-final

Leeds United 3 (Gotts 4, Edmondson 84, Temenuzhkov 114)

Coventry City 2 (Bremang 59, Burroughs 90 + 3)

Leeds: Peacock-Farrell, Shackleton, Struijk, Halme, Oduor (Diaz 97), McCalmont, Gotts, Stevens (Temenuzhkov 90), Bogusz, Clarke, Brown (Edmondson 57). Unused: Miazek, Nicell.

Center: Elland Road

Kun Temenuzhkov scored his 114th in an extra time to send Leeds United to the final of the Professional Development Treaty, setting up 3-2 City Walk at Elland Road.

Leeds took the first real opportunity of the game within four minutes. Jack Clarke played the ball to Izzy Brown on the edge of Coventry's box and reassured him, finding Robbie Gotts' run, which breaks the ball into the back of the net, to give the Whites a good start.

Three minutes later, Leeds almost doubled the advantage, Brown again providing a vital pass, this time playing Mateusz Bogusz into the box, but it couldn't be better to get Corey Addai who made a good stop, tipping his try around the job.

Gotts spent his second on almost night, when he got a foot that Bogusz curling strike, but went to a wide attestation of the mark.

Clarke then tried an ambitious volley from a distance, which he could not keep down, before Coventry, and Daniel Bartlett threatened to release the ball across the goal, but none of his team could end it.

Brown went close, when he turned great, before he went on strike at the goal from 20 yards, which went straight over, before Clarke Oduor saw a drive sent over the crossbar.

Bogusz Gotts found the Coventry box with a reasonable cross and then Gotts put the ball to Brown, but he couldn't find the goal with a curling strike.

With four minutes of the next half remaining, Alfie McCalmont drove forward, before striking a 25-yard strike by Addai's imposition in a very good position and as a result of the Clarke corner, Aapo Halme led the world.

Just before the break, the visitors were equal to each other. After a kick-free the ball dropped to Jack Burroughs 25 yards from the target and deflected his strike straight for a corner. From the piece of set that came out, the ball came again to Buggoughs on the edge of the box, going straight over the bar.

Half-time: Leeds United 1-0 Coventry City

After the break, visitors were penalized by Dexter Walters in Leeds' box, before Gotts forced Addai to act from the edge of the box.

Leeds rejected woodwork for seven minutes in the second period, Jamie Shackleton did very well to break into the Coventry box and left the ball across the goal, his Gotts before hitting the job and bouncing on a corner .

At the other end, Coventry was almost almost equal when Pascal Sturijk brought down Joshua Eccles on the edge of Leeds box. Jonathon Ngandu was hit by the free kick just an inch from the top corner.

Burroughs were once again threatened by the visitors who had been hit widely, before Coventry drew level. Ngandu stole possession of Halme in the back and went on to the goal, before he handed the ball to David Bremang to put the house into the empty number.

Leeds spent almost four minutes later, Clarke in Oduor played a neat ball through a ball and hit it just above as a narrow angle.

Representative Ryan Edmondson returned almost Leeds when he met a cross at Oduor, but hit his header the job.

Clarke then met a low effort from the edge of the box that turned to Daniel Bartlett, Coventry's defendant, before him and from the lead Oduor corner, saw Edmondson header at the edge of the bar, before Struijk came back from the rebound.

Clarke then went to Coventry's lineage, before he went a low ball over the front of the target, Addai managed to put him forward, laying it out of Jordan Stevens's clear path, but he still managed to pass it on. adjust, reach and strike it, but cleaned its effort from the line.

The whites took the lead 6 minutes from time to time. Clarke met in a corner that spilled the goalkeeper Coventry, Addai and Edmondson, with him to react first and turn him home.

While Coventry made the leverage scores again in time, stopped and Burroughs getting the net sent the game to extra time.

End 90 minutes: Leeds United 2-2 Coventry City

Clarke had the first chance in extra time, he did well to make his way into the Coventry area, but he saw that his strike was severely hampered.

Half-time Extra time: Leeds United 2-2 Coventry City

The Whites had a bright start with the second period of extra time, Bogusz broke into Coventry's box, but Addai could only make a direct fire.

Kun Temenuzhkov from the left crossed and found Edmondson, but he could not be in the world under pressure.

In the 110th minutes, Leeds failed to recapture the lead. Edmondson started a long ball with a poor header back from Coventry and struck his shot Addai, but he was cleared off the line by Declan Drysdale at the end.

Four minutes later, Leeds got his earned reward, Temenuzhkov worked for a shot from the edge of the box and found the back of the impressive net.

Bogusz then had the opportunity to seal him after Edmondson controlled Temenuzhkov cross, but he dropped over.

Coventry spent the kitchen sink at Leeds in the final stages, but Leeds continued to get a place in the final.

Full-time: Leeds United 3-2 Coventry City


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