AN injury-time equaliser denied Boro their first away win under Aitor Karanka, but they did halt a run of five successive away defeats. Writes GORDON COX from St Andrews.
A GOAL at the end of each half and another man sent-off did for Boro in a controversial game at Pride Park, writes GORDON COX.
BORO'S best crowd of the season and the biggest on a Saturday at the Riverside for three years saw Aitor Karanka's first home game end in triumph, writes GORDON COX.
THE first taste of English football management was a bitter one for Aitor Karanka as Leeds made it four wins from five and Boro had a man sent-off. GORDON COX reports from Elland Road.
BORO led but needed an injury-time equaliser to take a deserved share of the spoils on a cold November afternoon, writes GORDON COX.
A CRACKING goal on 75 minutes from Jason Lowe was enough to settle this close affair, writes GORDON COX from Ewood Park.
MARK VENUS could not have wished for a better outcome from his first game in charge with Boro recording their biggest home win for five years, writes GORDON COX.
TWO second-half Albert Adomah goals couldn't save Boro, who paid the penalty for first half moments of weakness when they went three down. GORDON COX reports from Oakwell.
FOUR different scorers, one with his first for the club, helped Boro come from behind to claim their first home win of the season, writes GORDON COX from the Riverside.
BEN GIBSON'S first goal in Boro colours helped earn his side a share of the spoils in a game they could easily have won. GORDON COX reports from the Riverside.
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