Leeds deal with possible corrective action from the Football Association after items were thrown from the terraces during Sunday’& rsquo; s house win versus Middlesbrough.

Missiles were included the direction of a linesman by Leeds followers after umpire Keith Stroud’& rsquo; s debatable choice to award Boro a second-half fine as well as the FA have launched an examination.

The FA confirmed to Press Association Sport that it will be asking the West Yorkshire club for their monitorings.

76′ There is a great deal of complication right here, Middlesbrough have a charge, Ayling looks to have actually been penalised for a foul on Daniel Ayala 2-0—– Leeds United (@LUFC) November 19, 201777′ Goal Middlesbrough, Assombalonga ratings the penalty 2-1—– Leeds United (@LUFC) November 19, 2017

Middlesbrough demonstrator Britt Assombalonga transformed the 76th-minute place kick –– Leeds protector Luke Ayling was deemed to have fouled Daniel Ayala –– after Stroud’& rsquo; s assistant had flagged for his interest.

An area of Leeds fans were incensed that Ayala had not been penalised for transporting down Ayling, that retaliated by getting the Boro protector’& rsquo; s leg.

Leeds hung on to secure a 2-1 win for their initial Sky Bet Championship success in 4 matches, while the first go back to Elland Road of Boro boss Garry Monk produced a feverish environment.

Monk stopped Leeds at the end of May adhering to owner Andrea Radrizzani’& rsquo; s takeover as well as was appointed as Boro manager simply over 2 weeks later.