Marcelo Bielsa and Pep Guardiola were reunited as Manchester City and Leeds played out an entertaining 1-1 draw in a deluge at an empty Elland Road.

Raheem Sterling’s third goal of the season gave the visitors the lead, but Leeds fought back and levelled when Rodrigo pounced on a mistake by Ederson (59).

Rodrigo also forced the City goalkeeper into a fine save as Leeds grew into the contest in the second half, while Sterling’s late appeals for a penalty for a challenge from Liam Cooper were denied as the points were shared.

The result leaves Guardiola’s men 10th in the Premier League table ahead of the weekend’s remaining fixtures, while Leeds sit fifth with seven points from their opening four games.

After the international break, Leeds host Wolves on Monday while Manchester City host Arsenal on Saturday October 17.