Championship update: Kiko Casilla costs Leeds promotion hope again


In a bid to end a 16 years wait to return to the English top flight “Premiership”, Leeds united promotion hope were dashed again after a 1-1 draw at Brenton due to another terrible error from the goalie “kiko Casilla”
Match analysis have revealed that the former Spanish international has been guilty for a number of goals error in recent weeks and allowing a minor passback slip underneath his foot and then fell over to allow Said Benrahma the easiest of finishes to open the scoring.
It was also revealed that “Leeds united” had lost four of their last five games to throw away a great chance on an 11-point lead in a bid to qualify for the automatic promotion places. They however managed at least secured a point thanks to another goalkeeping error at the other end as David Raya flapped at a corner seven minutes before half-time and Leeds captain Liam Cooper stabbed home an equaliser.
Currently Leeds United is a point above third-placed Fulham and maintain their two-point advantage over Brentford, who remain in fourth.
On the other hand, Nottingham Forest missed the opportunity to sit ontop both Leeds united and Brentford as they also suffered a shock 1-0 home defeat to Charlton. Charlton Athletic moved six points clear of the relegation zone as Lyle Taylor scored the only goal of the match midway through the first half at the far post after a break down the left from Naby Sarr.
Meanwhile, Blackburn defeated Hull city in a 3-0 goals with a flurry of late goals at Ewood Park to move to within three points of the playoff places. Darragh Lenihan finished amid a goalmouth scramble in the 73rd minute and Adam Armstrong's superb drive into the top corner six minutes later tamed the Tigers before Dominic Samuel slotted in a third.
Swansea and QPR both share quall points after  a goalless draw at the Liberty Stadium to leaving the host frustrated frustrate and dashing their hopes into the top six.
Barnsley still remain at the bottom of the relegation zone as they were beaten 2-1 at home by Birmingham.
Ten-man Wigan were grateful for a late own goal from Middlesbrough defender Harold Moukoudi as they took a point from a 2-2 draw.

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