Leeds United, West Ham United share the spoils in four-goal clash at Elland Road

Rodrigo netted a 70th-minute leveller for Leeds United as the Whites played out a 2-2 draw with West Ham United in the Premier League at Elland Road.

Goals from Lucas Paqueta and Gianluca Scamacca sent the Hammers ahead after Wilfried Gnonto had made the breakthrough in the 27th minute of the contest.

However, Rodrigo came up with an equaliser for the Whites, who sit 14th in the Premier League table, boasting 17 points from their opening 17 matches of the season.

West Ham, meanwhile, occupy 17th spot in the table, having collected just 15 points from their 18 matches this term, which has left them 13 points from the top six.

David Moyes's side had the first half-chance of the contest in the 14th minute, with Paqueta having a goal-bound shot blocked after Pablo Fornals had delivered a dangerous corner into the Leeds box.

Leeds had to wait until the 23rd minute before creating anything of note, and the opportunity came from a deep cross from Marc Roca, but Rodrigo's volley deflected off Vladimir Coufal and behind for a corner kick.

The Whites made the breakthrough in the 27th minute of the contest, though, with Gnoto scoring his first Premier League goal.

Crysencio Summerville was the provider, with the 21-year-old sliding a pass into Gnoto, who took one touch to control before firing the ball into the bottom corner of the net past Lukasz Fabianski.

Leeds threatened to double their lead in the period that followed, with Gnoto bringing a smart save from Fabianski in the 31st minute before Brenden Aaronson missed the crossbar after good work from Roca four minutes later.