Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa’s sportsmanlike decision to allow Aston Villa to score unopposed in Sunday’s 1-1 draw is all the more remarkable given what is at stake for the Championship club, former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has said.Leeds, who are looking to secure promotion to the Premier League, netted the opener through Mateusz Klich in controversial circumstances as Villa’s Jonathan Kodjia lay injured on the pitch, sparking a melee.

Villa’s Anwar Al Ghazi was sent off for his role in the ensuing protests after which Bielsa asked his players to allow the visitors to score unchallenged when the game was restarted.”It is a remarkable gesture. They are playing to come up to the Premier League and there is something at stake… the whole world has to watch that,” Wenger, who left Arsenal in May last year after 22 years in charge, told beIN Sports.( Read More ) [via @SuperSportTV]

By Ian Dei

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