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By Alex Stevens

Leeds fans reacted angrily on Twitter to Garry Monk’s use of substitutes in the 1-1 draw against Wigan on Tuesday night.

The Elland Road manager took off attacking trio Chris Wood, Hadi Sacko and Pablo Hernandez when his team were a goal ahead.

But Leeds were unable to hold out for a win as Shaun MacDonald grabbed a stoppage-time equaliser, which meant that Monk’s side remain in 13th in the Championship table.

Sacko and Wood had earlier combined for Leeds’ 29th minute goal, with the on-loan Sporting Lisbon winger crossing for the striker to score for the eighth time in the league this season.

Fans took to social media to lambast Monk for replacing Sacko with Matt Grimes after 66 minutes, Hernandez with Alex Mowatt after 74 and Wood with Marcus Antonsson with five minutes remaining.

Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:

In other Leeds news, a senior player is destined to leave the club in January.