Luke Ayling delivers Twitter verdict on Leeds v QPR stalemate
By Matt Farr
Leeds defender Luke Ayling has shared his disappointment at the 0-0 draw with Queens Park Rangers in the Championship on Saturday.
Ayling, 25, played the full 90 minutes as Leeds struggled to find a way to break down a stubborn QPR defence, which saw them lose out on a valuable two points in their bid for promotion.
He took to his personal Twitter account after the game to share his disappointment at the result, which saw Leeds fall five points behind rivals Huddersfield.
Disappointing result today they came and frustrated us and we couldn't find a way to break them down!! 1 point closer #MOT
— Luke Ayling (@lukeayling_8) March 11, 2017
However, defeats for both Reading and Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday kept Leeds in fourth place in the Championship, ahead of what will be an incredibly competitive couple of weeks in the play-off race.
Ayling has been a regular part of Garry Monk’s defensive setup throughout the season, and has appeared in all but two of their 37 league fixtures.
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But he is set to miss the next two league matches with suspension after picking up his 10th booking of the season during the goalless draw with QPR.
He will therefore play no part in the crucial upcoming meeting with Brighton on Saturday, and then against rivals Reading the following week.
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