Date: 3rd October 2020 at 7:36pm
Written by:
Leeds United
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Manchester City

Elland Road

Premier League

3/10/2020 5:30 pm

Attendance: 0

Referee: Mike Dean

Leeds United Manchester City
Rodrigo (59) Sterling (17)
Meslier Ederson
Ayling Walker
Koch Ruben Dias
Cooper Laporte
Phillips De Bruyne
Helder Costa Rodri
Roberts 56 Foden
Klich 77 Torres 65
Alioski 45 Mahrez 77


Poveda 45 Stones
Llorente Ake 71
Rodrigo 56 Steffen
Struijk Bernardo Silva 65
Davis 77 Fernandinho 77
Caprille Delap
Shackleton Palmer

Game Statistics

12 Goal attempts 23
7 On Target 2
7 Corners 10
11 Fouls 12
2 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
52 % 48

After a mixed start to the season, Leeds United got themselves up and running with back to back victories over Fulham and Sheffield United, but today’s encounter with Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City side was always going to be a different prospect.

With plenty of respect between Pep and Argentine genius Marcelo Bielsa, it was always going to be interesting from a tactical point of view but understandably City started the brighter, creating chances, and took the lead 17 minutes in.

1-0 at the half time break but there was good improvement in the second half and the chances starting coming our way – although there was certainly some good fortune to our equaliser as Ederson had an absolute mare and Rodrigo opened his account for the season.

Chances kept coming for City, but they did for us as well and we even hit the woodwork but come the full time whistle, there was no further breakthrough for either side so we take a very good point.

We’d have taken that ahead of the game wouldn’t we.

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