(Video) Marcelo Bielsa giving the Millwall bench an absolute bollocking after their dirty antics during the 1-1 draw v Leeds

Leeds United fought back from a goal down to escape with a 1-1 draw against Millwall at the Den, preserving their unbeaten start to the Championship in the process.

With Marcelo Bielsa unable to call on the services of a host of first team regulars due to injury, the visitors endured a nervy start and were left chasing the game for most of the second half after falling behind in the 55th minute.

Just as it appeared likely that the Whites were headed for their first defeat of the season, midfielder Jack Harrison latched on to a headed clearance to fire in the equalizer from the outside of the box with just about a minute of regular time left.

However, moments before Leeds equalized, their manager was involved in a heated exchange with the Millwall bench as they took too long to get rid of the ball in an attempt to preserve their lead.

It’s not easy to get Bielsa off his blue bucket but the Lions’ bench managed to do exactly that with their time-wasting tactics at the touchline that led to a confrontation with the angry Argentine.

Check out a passionate Bielsa furiously pointing his finger and mouthing a few choice words to let them know exactly what he thought of the dirty antics:





2 thoughts on “(Video) Marcelo Bielsa giving the Millwall bench an absolute bollocking after their dirty antics during the 1-1 draw v Leeds”

  1. Back to being shite now for them, until they visit Elland road! Must be sad paying for a season ticket to watch a team who only try in two matches. They tried hard to beat our depleted side, full of academy players and still failed. Millwall are a joke team, with absolute morons for fans – they need psychology and a bit of intimidation to beat teams – their fans must be bored to death every week.

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