Following a 2-1 defeat against Eintracht Frankfurt in Austria last week, a match marred by violence between German and English fans, Leeds completed their overseas pre-season tour with another 2-1 defeat against Hoffenheim in Norway.

New arrival, Tom Adeyemi got on the scoresheet for Leeds, but his goal was sandwiched between two from a strong German side who finished 8th in Bundesliga last season. Nevertheless, Leeds boss Uwe Rösler will be pleased by the club’s pre-season preparations against a much higher standard of opposition than the club faced last year. While a draw, or even a win, would have been nice, there was a danger Leeds could be totally overwhelmed by the opposition we’ve faced, but instead, it seems the squad gave a good account of themselves and can return home happy with their performance.

There was some bad news for The Whites however as Lewis Cook limped off injured in the first half. No news yet on his condition, but after becoming such a key part of the squad last season, fans across the world will be crossing their fingers and praying it’s nothing too serious. (Update – Leeds United have since tweeted to say he’s OK and was removed only as a precaution).

Norway is home to a large number of Leeds United supporters and the game was very well-attended by pre-season standards. I’ve included some of the many photos circulating Twitter from our fans below.