Date: 3rd November 2019 at 8:00pm
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Leeds United were looking to get back to winning ways, after two draws, in Saturday’s Championship clash with Queens Park Rangers and we knew that with three points we would return to the top of the second tier table – given those that play on Sunday.

Manager Marcelo Bielsa saw his side do just that as goals from Tyler Roberts and Jack Harrison eased us to a more comfortable 2-0 victory at Elland Road.

With plenty of positive individual displays on show, statistics website Whoscored were very positive in their player ratings, but on loan Manchester City youngster Jack Harrison stole the show with his goal and assist on the day, as he registered a score of 8.09.

Completing the top five in their system were Roberts (7.70), Kalvin Phillips (7.65), Luke Ayling (7.36) and Liam Cooper (7.12).

Stuart Dallas was the other player to receive a plus seven score and the return to the pitch of Pablo Hernandez was a boost for everyone.

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