Vital Leeds United contributor Oyper made the trip to Elland Road on Saturday to witness the clash against Ipswich Town.
He gives his view of the performance after the 3-2 win that keeps Leeds at the top of the table.
once again he didn`t have a lot to do but still a big question mark hanging over him. You can’t blame him for their first, more of a defending mistake, but a poor push out save gifted them with their second goal. His kicking & distribution at times was below par.
A good solid performance, he does seem to struggle in aerial challenges. I noticed when he was subbed he walked straight down the tunnel. Hopefully it is not an injury.
Becoming captain reliable, no matter who he partners in defence, he continues to do the job.
What a revelation this young man is becoming, and what a through ball for Lasogga to go on and score.
Wind him up and of he goes, the man never stops.
Phillips 8 star man
A great goal and he worked hard to get on the end of the flick on from Saiz. He did a lot of the unglamorous dirty work.
I thought he had a mixed game. In and out of the game and he, never took full control.
I thought he got lost in the game. He will not get a tackle in and in my opinion we carry him in this type of game.
The man oozes class. He had a couple of good chances. He was a little unfortunate not to stick one away, and a great work rate.
He never stopped and ran Phillips close to star man. He worked hard on the defensive side.
Long quiet periods, but if this fella gets anywhere near the goal, he’s going to score. A very good work rate.
A fans favourite. He came on replacing Anita and he slotted in like he’d never been away.
He came on replacing Hernandez for the last 20 minutes, doing a steady job down the left.
He was not on long enough to mark.
Two well taken goals and a lucky own goal gave us the three points,
It was more of a team effort rather than any individual performance.
We had to battle hard but when we break forward we look like we can score at every attempt and I thought we deserved the win.
I hope it’s put to bed the myth that we can’t compete with physical sides.
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