Leeds de Bielsa, eliminated in the Carabao Cup after 20 penalties

The team led by the Argentine coach managed to equalize in the discount period through Alioski. The failures of Alioski himself and Shackleton condemned them before the Hull.


Leeds United, coached by Argentine Marcelo Bielsa, fell this Wednesday in the League Cup at the hands of Hull City (1-1) of League One (English Third Division), after an agonizing penalty shoot-out, with up to 20 Releases.

A goal by Mallik Wilks in the first half condemned Leeds, who started with many substitutes and young players, who had to come back.

The one who did start was the star signing of the Whites this summer, Rodrigo Moreno, who could not debut his scoring account on Elland Road. The one who got the tie in the last gasp was Ezgjan Alioski, with a goal in the discount that sent the game directly to penalties.

Rodrigo was the first to score for Bielsa's team, but Leeds were eliminated after twenty pitches, with the failure of Jamie Shackleton.

This defeat is the second in a row this season for Leeds, after falling on the first day of the Premier League, although giving a good image, against Liverpoool.

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