Leeds’ wait for a first league win since 4 April went on after they came from behind to secure a 1-1 draw with West Brom.
Albion’s boss Carlos Corberán, who spent three years at Elland Road, thought he had earned bragging rights over his old club thanks to Brandon Thomas-Asante’s controversial opener, which came off his arm, early in the second half.
But Luke Ayling clinched the hosts a welcome point with his bullet header.
Both sides hit the post in an entertaining encounter under the lights in Yorkshire.
Leeds boss Daniel Farke made two changes to his injury-hit side as big-money French striker Georginio Rutter made his first start of the season.
For West Brom, Thomas-Asante returned to the starting line-up to lead the line.
It was a slow start in front of a raucous home crowd, with Sam Byram flashing a shot across the face of goal the only real action in the opening 10 minutes.
But you could tell the hosts, roared on by their vocal support, were up for it as Dan James forced Alex Palmer into a good low save after a deflection.
Albion were indebted to the woodwork as Leeds went agonisingly close. Jamie Shackleton’s speculative effort took a wicked deflection off Cédric Kipré as it hit the base of the post.
When West Brom were finally presented with a decent chance Darnell Furlong fluffed his lines at the back post after being found by a deep Matty Phillips cross.
After the break, it was Albion’s turn to be denied by the furniture. Leeds stopper Illan Meslier produced a super save to palm Jed Wallace’s effort, after getting on the end of Thomas-Asante’s drilled cross, on to the post.
But it was not long before the deadlock was broken by Thomas-Asante in the 52nd minute. It was a scrappy goal, but the visiting fans did not care.
Leeds failed to clear a near-post corner as Jayson Molumby’s strike went through a sea of bodies before being diverted goalwards off the striker’s arm.
Leeds upped the ante with time running out, with Palmer pulling off a stunning fingertip save to keep out a James thunderbolt which was destined for the top corner.
And it was the former Manchester United winger who created the equaliser as Ayling made a superb run to get on the end of James’s cross and head home the 72nd-minute leveller.
The hosts almost led within the blink of an eye as Palmer made another smart stop, this time to keep out Joe Gelhardt.