Leeds Director Victor Orta Absolutely Loses His Head, Goes Berserk At Someone In The Crowd
Emotions were running high following Leeds United's dramatic equaliser against Brentford as Victor Orta went berserk at someone in the crowd.
Patrick Bamford grabbed a late goal to secure a draw against Brentford at Elland Road on Sunday.
Despite earning a much-needed point, Orta lost the plot as he unleashed a vicious tirade at someone in the crowd.
He looked absolutely furious as he launched a volley of abuse, with Angus Kinnear calmly restraining him amid the chaotic scenes.
Orta, though, wasn't letting it slip, continuing his angry outburst as he did a shushing gesture in the direction of the person.
Passions were running very high for Leeds director Victor Orta at full time :eyes: pic.twitter.com/q5TBePZuoU- Football Daily (@footballdaily) December 5, 2021
Orta's moment of madness came after Bamford struck in the 95th minute to make it 2-2.
Victor Orta was irate at the end of the game with someone/something. Properly losing it in the directors' box #lufc- Adam Pope (@apopey) December 5, 2021
Pitch invader comes on and pleads for Bamford's shirt. The striker obliges, the crowd goes wild.- Graham Smyth (@GrahamSmyth) December 5, 2021
Victor Orta is having a real go at someone, being calmly restrained by Angus Kinnear.
Tyler Roberts' goal had seen him open the scoring after he converted Raphinha's delightful cross.
Shandon Baptiste and Sergi Canos put Brentford 2-1 up before conceding a goal deep, deep into stoppage time.
On the returning Bamford scoring, Marcelo Bielsa said: "Ayling had a satisfactory game. Bamford scored a goalscorer's goal.
"The sector of the pitch he came on it was hard to find the ball.
"Finally, he gave us the equaliser that, for our expectations, is very valuable, given how we got it.
"Before the game, it was not a good result. After the first half it was not as well, but when the game was finished we had to value what we got."