Speaking after the game, Whites boss Marcelo Bielsa claimed: "We value a lot the point, if there had to be a winner it wouldn’t have been us. In the first half they established a difference in comparison to us.
“In the second half we were slightly better. The superiority they showed in the first half was greater than the superiority we showed in the second half. If we don’t play at the rhythm we play at, the differences between us would be a lot bigger.”
Meanwhile, down in the Championship, it was another weekend of mixed fortunes for Yorkshire's Championship sides, with high-flying Barnsley fighting their way to yet another win, Huddersfield Town picking up a precious victory against QPR, and Sheffield Wednesday falling to their seventh defeat on the bounce, with a 2-1 home loss to Norwich City.
Here are today's biggest transfer stories and the latest team news involving Leeds United Barnsley and a number of other clubs from Yorkshire and beyond, as the build-up to the upcoming weekend action continues:
1. Keane eyes Celtic job
Former Nottingham Forest assistant Roy Keane is rumoured to be keen on taking the vacant Celtic job, as he looks to make a return to management. He's not been at the helm of a club since leaving Ipswich in 2011. (Daily Record)
2. Bees eye Man City starlet
Brentford are said to be keeping tabs on Manchester City starlet Taylor Harwood-Bellis. The teenage defender is currently on loan with Blackburn Rovers, where he's made seven starts so far this season. (The Sun)
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3. Holtby closes in on Rovers comeback
Blackburn Rovers could be set to welcome back key player Lewis Holtby to the side this week, after recovering from a knee ligament injury that has seen him play just over 15 minutes of football since late January. (Football League World)
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4. Pulis in the running for Birmingham City job
Ex-Sheffield Wednesday and Middlesbrough boss Tony Pulis has been named as the bookies' favourite to become the next Birmingham City boss. The Blues look set to announce Aitor Karanka's exit later today. (Bet Victor)
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