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29/04/2019 - 12:08 BST

Remarkable – Arsene Wenger Heaps Praise On Marcelo Bielsa

 




Arsene Wenger has praised Marcelo Bielsa for his gesture that allowed Aston Villa to score after Leeds United had controversially taken the lead at Elland Road on Sunday.

The Whites locked horns with fellow promotion-chasers Aston Villa during a high-octane fixture at Elland Road on Sunday in the Championship.
 
 



Leeds controversially took the lead in the 72nd minute, when Mateusz Klich scored the opening goal under controversial circumstances as the Whites continued to play on, despite an injury to Jonathan Kodjia.

In the wake of the incident, an altercation broke out between the two sets of players and the respective benches, and Anwar El Ghazi received a red card for lashing out at Patrick Bamford during the heat of the moment.

 


And subsequently, Aston Villa were allowed to restore parity dramatically as Bielsa instructed his team to let their opponents score the equaliser at the other end.



As such, the Leeds boss has come in for praise from former Arsenal boss Wenger, who felt it was a remarkable gesture, especially considering there was plenty at stake for both teams during the game.

"It's a remarkable gesture”, Wenger told beIN SPORTS.

 


“They play for promotion to the Premier League, so there is a lot of stake.

“The whole world should see that.”

Leeds will now finish their regular season away from home against already relegated Ipswich Town at Portman Road on Sunday, as they look to build momentum and confidence for the playoffs.