Date: 16th July 2020 at 7:09pm
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Leeds United
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Elland Road


16/07/2020 5:00 pm

Attendance: 0

Referee: Jarred Gillett

Leeds United Barnsley
Sollbauer (og 28)
Meslier Walton
Berardi Ludewig
Ayling Sollbauer
Cooper Andersen
Dallas Williams 84
White Mowatt
Klich Halme 45
Helder Costa 49 Styles
Roberts 45 Woodrow
Harrison 61 Brown 78
Bamford Chaplin


45/93 Thomas 45
Alioski 49 Schmidt 78
Struijk 61 Odour 84
Shackleton 93

Game Statistics

7 Goal attempts 12
3 On Target 3
6 Corners 7
9 Fouls 15
1 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
55 % 45

Leeds United had another opportunity to open up a significant gap on West Bromwich Albion in our chase to lift the Championship title as we welcomed Barnsley to Elland Road for this evening’s clash.

It was a slow and more edgy start to the game, with the visitors having the better chances in the opening half, but a Sollbauer own goal in the 28th minute gave us the advantage and it was simply a case of holding on.

We livened up a little bit more in the second period, and although Barnsley really had the better of the game in terms of chances, we did what we needed to keep the clean sheet and take all three points from the tie.

One point required to guarantee promotion to the Premier League and a five point gap on the chasing pack. Promotion could be secured on Friday if West Brom fail to beat Huddersfield.

Job almost done – onto the next one.

Unused Leeds Subs:

Douglas, Poveda, Stevens, Casey.

Unused Barnsley Subs:

Williams, Bahre, Ritzmaier, Wolfe, Marsh, Collins.

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