Leeds remains top
Late, leave drama at Villa Park tonight, where Jonathan Kodjia of Aston Villa has earned his share with some of the points against Brentford with a 95th minute equalizer. The 2-2 draw means that Leeds retains its position at the top of the champion table.
Elsewhere in the championship, Blackburn and Reading moved 2-2 tonight, while Norwich, who faced Leeds United on Saturday, watched Preston 2-0 on Carrow Road. Sheffield Wednesday defeated Millwall 2-1 and Bolton saw Birmingham 1-0 behind and moved to third place.
But maybe the biggest shock of the night was in Stoke, where Gary Rowett's men went to Wigan 3-0 and sent Ashley William into the process.
The Potters have only two points from their first four matches, so maybe that opening weekend win for Leeds was not all it made for …