Daniel Farke admitted to conflicting emotions after 10-man Leeds claimed a goalless draw at Hull.

The visitors created the best chances, most significantly in the first half, but Joe Rodon's second-half dismissal altered the complexion of the game.

Yet Hull failed to build upon their one-man advantage until late on when Adama Traore incredulously missed an open goal.

Farke, whose side have now kept three consecutive clean sheets, said: "If you offered me a point from the game - on the road and a clean sheet - I wouldn't have taken it as I always want to go for a win.

"But after the game I'm a little divided. We were so dominant after a good starting period and we created so many good chances.

"But, obviously, after 89 minutes they had a monster chance. Normally you lose such a game like that. So, for that, I would say it was definitely a good point.

"We looked rock solid against a good football team. I'm pretty pleased about how well structured we were.

"The only thing I can criticise is not putting the ball in the back of the net."

Leeds, so impressive in a 3-0 win against Millwall at the weekend, must have fancied their chances at half-time and should have been 1-0 up after 26 minutes.

Georginio Rutter was cutely played in by Crysencio Summerville, a replacement off the substitutes' bench for the injured Willy Gnonto.

Goalkeeper Ryan Allsop pulled off a fine save - one of many in an inspired debut performance - but Rutter should have scored.

But the game turned on its head when Rodon was shown a second yellow card for a crude challenge on Aaron Connolly on the hour mark.

Leeds were understandably then forced to backtrack and got lucky when Traore somehow struck a post when it was far easier to score.

Farke said: "Sometimes you have to accept that their goalkeeper had an outstanding game.

"We also conceded a second yellow and red card so you can't press as much - we had to sit a bit deeper.

"In terms of the mentality, to dig in and bring home the point, we're pleased with the clean sheet and the performance."

On Rodon's sending-off, Farke said: "For him to not allow to finish the game feels harsh.

"The first half, it was never a yellow card - no-one can explain to me why it was - but if you're booked you have to be a bit smarter."

Leeds' next league game is at home to Watford tomorrow afternoon.