Leeds United vs. Charlton Athletic Match Report – Saturday May 8, 2004

FA Premier League (Matchweek 37)
Leeds United
Manager: Eddie Gray
Charlton Athletic
Manager: Alan Curbishley
Saturday May 8, 2004
FA Premier League (Matchweek 37)
Officials: Mark Halsey (Referee)
Matthew Kilgallon · 29’
Jermaine Pennant · 41’
Alan Smith (P) · 69’
Matt Holland · 8’
Jason Euell (P) · 76’
Jason Euell · 79’

Match Summary

Kick Off
 — Goal 0:1
 — Goal 1:1
 — Goal 2:1
Half Time
 — Substitute
 — Substitute
 — Substitute
Penalty Kick
 — Substitute
 — Substitute
Penalty Kick
 — Substitute
 — Goal 3:3
 — Substitute

Team Stats


Leeds United Player Stats

Leeds United Player Stats Table
Player # Nation Pos Min Gls Ast PK PKatt Sh SoT CrdY CrdR Fls Fld Off Crs TklW Int OG PKwon PKcon
Michael Duberryeng ENGDF9000000
Ian Harteie IRLDF9000000
Gary Kellyie IRLDF7300000
   Jason Wilcoxeng ENGFW,MF1700000
Matthew Kilgalloneng ENGDF9010000
Dominic Matteosco SCODF,MF9000000
Stephen McPhailie IRLMF9000000
James Milnereng ENGDF,MF9000000
Jermaine Pennanteng ENGMF9010000
Frazer Richardsoneng ENGDF8200000
   Lucas Radebeza RSADF,GK800000
Paul Robinsoneng ENGGK9000000
Alan Smitheng ENGFW,MF9011000
13 Players99031000

Charlton Ath Player Stats

Charlton Ath Player Stats Table
Player # Nation Pos Min Gls Ast PK PKatt Sh SoT CrdY CrdR Fls Fld Off Crs TklW Int OG PKwon PKcon
Paolo Di Canioit ITAFW6000000
   Shaun Bartlettza RSAFW3000000
Jason Euelljm JAMFW,MF9021000
Jonathan Fortuneeng ENGDF9000000
Matt Hollandie IRLMF9010000
Hermann Hreiðarssonis ISLDF9000000
Jonatan Johanssonfi FINFW9000000
Dean Kielyie IRLGK9000000
Paul Koncheskyeng ENGDF,FW9000000
Chris Powelleng ENGDF6000000
   Radostin Kishishevbg BULDF,MF3000000
Graham Stuarteng ENGFW,MF6000000
   Chris Perryeng ENGDF3000000
Luke Youngeng ENGDF9000000
14 Players99031000

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