Patrick Bamford and Helder Costa blamed their missed possibilities on the Elland Highway floodlights of their 1-1 draw with Luton on Tuesday.
The Hatters took a shock lead within the 50th minute by Harry Cornick, earlier than Stuart Dallas equalised shortly after the hour mark for the Championship leaders.
Leeds had a whopping 23 efforts on objective, with Bamford and Costa spurning wonderful alternatives from shut vary.
Each gamers instructed teammates they had been blinded by the intense floodlights within the west stand.
Nevertheless, the Mail say Leeds are adamant the gaffes in entrance of objective had been ‘coincidental’ with their lights assembly EFL necessities.
Whites boss Marcelo Bielsa admitted the obtrusive misses had been uncommon.
He stated: “Actually, I don’t know, however perhaps as a result of it was unusual they couldn’t join with both.
“Everyone is aware of in soccer, scoring is much less common than lacking.”
Leeds winger Jack Harrison was unaware of the floodlights being a problem for Bamford and Costa.
He stated: “I can’t converse for them. It’s their perspective. There must be a motive, however these items occur.
“We are able to’t put an excessive amount of strain on them to complete as a result of I don’t know what they noticed.
“We stored looking for that second objective and we had been simply unlucky.”
Bamford is Leeds’ prime scorer with 14 targets, whereas Costa, who was purchased for £15million from Wolves, has struck 4 instances.
Leeds are six factors away from third-placed Brentford with Bielsa’s males trying set for a Premier League return.