Date: 7th May 2018 at 8:29am
Written by:
Leeds United
2 – 0
Queens Park Rangers

Elland Road


6/05/2018 12:30 pm

Attendance: 30004

Referee: Darren England

Leeds United Queens Park Rangers
Roofe (30), Phillips (50)
Peacock-Farrell Lumley
Ayling Wszolek 63
Cooper Furlong
Jansson 45 Bidwell
Pearce Manning
Vieira Scowen
Forshaw 87 Chair 60
Roofe 74 Freeman
Ekuban Smith
Eze 73


Lonergan Ingram
Pennington 45 Kakay
Saiz Hamalainen
O'Kane 87 Osayi-Samuel 60
Lasogga Owens
Sacko Smyth 63
74 Oteh 73

Game Statistics

13 Goal attempts 7
6 On Target 1
9 Corners 4
19 Fouls 12
3 Yellow Cards 3
0 Red Cards 0
54 % 46

Leeds United ended their championship campaign with a 2-0 home win against Queens Park Rangers on Sunday.

Goals from Kemar Roofe and Kalvin Phillips ensured Leeds brought the curtain down on a disappointing campaign with a final three points.

Roofe, who netted a hat-trick in the reverse fixture in December, gave Leeds a first-half lead and the lead was doubled early in the second half when Kalvin Phillips scored his seventh goal of the season.

It was a third win in four home games for head coach Paul Heckingbottom, who will now look to put his own mark on the squad for next season as they look to improve on a disappointing 13th place finish.

Leeds dominated all areas of the game, having 13 shots to Queens Park Rangers 6. Leeds managed six on target whilst Rangers managed just a solitary shot on target.

Leeds had nine corners to Rangers four, with Leeds opening goal coming from a corner. Leeds also enjoyed the most possession with 54% to 46%.