It was another disappointing day for Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa as our now old inability to convert a fairer number of chances into real efforts at opposition goalkeepers came back to haunt us as we made the trip to The Valley to face newly promoted Charlton Athletic.
A solitary goal just after the half hour mark gave them all three points as we relinquished top spot in the Championship table, but again, given our control of the game on a Match Stats front as we utterly dominated again – just simply not where it counted.
Statistics website Whoscored were understandably mixed after that when it came to their player ratings from Saturday, but on loan Jack Harrison took Man of the Match with a rating of 7.69.
Completing the top five best performers in their eyes were Ben White (7.24), Liam Cooper (7.01), Kalvin Phillips (6.80) and Mats Klich (6.65).
Onto the next one again but the frustration will be palpable for all after that.