Leeds United’s winning start to the 2018/19 campaign may have come to an end last night in our trip to the Liberty Stadium to face Swansea City, but we came out of the game with a point to keep our unbeaten run intact.
It was a different match for manager Marcelo Bielsa as we weren’t at our flying best and found ourselves behind on two occasions, but Kemar Roofe and Pablo Hernandez restored parity to see us take a point from a 2-2 draw and no doubt the gaffer would’ve been pleased to see the side dig in and produce a different kind of performance on the day.
Swansea’s Oliver McBurnie stole the show for Whoscored’s ratings with 9.42 but two goals will do that for a player, but the second highest rating for both sides went to Pablo Herandez as he picked up a rating of 7.70.
A goal from one shot, three key passes and a pass accuracy rate of 79% showed the 33-year-old had a productive day with his 63 touches across the game, and defensively he also put in five tackles and one clearance to complete the performance.
Birthday boy Gaetano Berardi came in at 7.17, with Kemar Roofe polling 7.12. With youngster Jamie Shackleton getting on the assist list, a special mention for the 18-year-old substitute as he picked up 7.03 for his efforts.