Late leveller for Leeds...
SANDEFJORD 1 (Stokke 87), UNITED 1 (Nunez 90)
Sandefjord: Austbo, Bindia, Nystuen, Magnusson, Jensen, Gustavsen, Dokken, Dimitriadis, Sohna, Lamoy, Dahle. Subs: Burns, Topr, Stokke, Royrane, Gulsvik, Brekke, Hansen.
United: Rachubka, Connolly, Kisnorbo (Bruce 46), Bromby, White, Clayton, Brown, Mendy, Howson, Sam, McCormack. Subs: Cairns,, Paynter, Nunez, Gradel, Lees.
Referee: E Bernsten
Extended highlights plus reaction on LUTV...
The game was United's penultimate pre-season encounter and Simon Grayson included trialist Alex Mendy for another look at.
The home side, who are in the middle of their season, did have a couple of early chances and looked to play at pace, but United soon started to take control and dictate the pace of the game.
Ross McCormack sent one shot wide after a great ball from Mendy and the striker was ruled offside after more good build-up play.
United did have a great chance before the half-hour, though, when McCormack was hauled down in the box as he looked to get on the end of a Leigh Bromby cross. The Scot stepped up to take the spot-kick himself, but fired wide.
Moments later, he was again involved, showing great movement to get on the end of a Jonny Howson pass, but he was denied again by an offside flag.
McCormack also combined well to set up Lloyd Sam with a strike on goal, but his shot was blocked.
And in the final moments of the first half, Mendy made a nuisance of himself at a free-kick, but headed over.
The second half saw United continue to enjoy the loin's share of the possession and chances continued to come and go.
McCormack fired over, Michael Brown had an effort blocked after a barging run, and at the other end Alex Bruce took evasive action in heading clear a cross.
Ramon Nunez certainly livened things up and he hit the post after carving an opening out of nothing. Adam Clayton went close when he had a shot tipped over the bar, and Billy Paynter and Tom Lees both headed over.
But the home side will have contended themselves with the fact that they were restricting Leeds to either long range efforts or set-pieces, and it was Sandefjord who took the lead three minutes from time.
Max Gradel was ruled offside as he looked to head for goal, and the hosts responded with a quick break that ended with Benjamin Stokke smashing the ball home.
That looked like being it, Nunez had the final word to preserve United's unbeaten run when he scored with a deflected effort from 25 yards in the final minute after great work by Howson.