Date: 31st January 2018 at 12:20am
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Following yesterday’s clash between Hull City and Leeds United, here are the instant reactions from both managers.

Hull City hosted Leeds United at the KCOM Stadium for a 7.45pm kick off on Tuesday January 30, with both sides playing out a scoreless draw.

Leeds ended their three game losing streak and had Felix Wiedwald to thank for a number of saves in the first half, and a point for Hull leaves them in 21st place, above the dropzone on goal difference now.

Teams:

Hull:

McGregor, Tomori, Dawson, Mazuch (Hector 69), Aina, Bowen, Henriksen (Grosicki 45), Larsson, Irvine, Campbell, Dicko (Keane 72).

Substitutes:

Toral, Marshall, Evandro, Clark.

Leeds:

Wiedwald, Berardi, Shaughnessy (Dallas 6), Jansson, De Bock, Alioski (Sacko 86), Forshaw, Vieira, Hernandez, Roofe (Cibicki 90+2), Lasogga.

Substitutes:

Lonergan, Anita, Vieira Nan, Pearce.

Speaking to the BBC’s cameras a short time after match day referee Tony Harrington blew the final whistle, Leeds United boss Thomas Christiansen explained.

‘It wasn’t a great game, but it was a game that we all expected. In general I’m satisfied with the courage the players showed from the first minute to the 95th. We are in a bad run, not only with the results, but with red cards and now with injuries. Conor’s injury was his ankle, already at half-time it was swollen, so we’ll see.’

At the time of going to print, Hull’s Nigel Adkins hadn’t given his thoughts.

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