Ramon Nunez seals Whites win at Motherwell TSS July 16, 2011 Match reviews 13 Comments A fortuetous goal from Alex Bruce and a stunner from Ramon Nunez helped Leeds United overcome a 1-0 deficit to win their second pre-season friendly in Scotland. The game proved to be a much tougher test for the Whites than their midweek friendly at Falkirk with Leeds’ new (and only first team) goalkeeper Paul Rachubka staking his claim for the number one jersey with a series of good saves. Whilst Motherwell gave a good account of themselves and will feel unlucky not to have scored more, Leeds United undoubtedly had the better chances. Both Billy Paynter (offside) and Ross McCormack (foul) had goals ruled out, whilst the former Motherwell striker McCormack also missed a poorly taken penalty. The big talking point for Leeds will be Ramon Nunez whose well-taken goal sealed victory for the Whites. Nunez showed excellent footwork to twist his way through and slip the ball beyond the stranded Motherwell keeper. Some fans are already getting a little carried away suggesting the Honduran could be the replacement for Davide Somma following news that the striker will be out for six months.