Date: 10th September 2017 at 9:28am
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Vital Leeds United contributor Tiny T gives his view of the performance at Elland Road.

Tiny T gives his view of the player performance in the 5-0 demolition of Burton Albion.

Wiedwald 7
He had little to do most of the game. He still doesn’t fill me with confidence.

Ayling 8
Ayling was solid and he got forward well.

Jansson 8
The Swedish international strolled through the game. Some good cross-field balls.

Cooper 8
Like his partner, an easy game. He looks a different player this season.

Anita 7
He only lasted until half time due to an eye injury. No need for any risk taking.

Phillips 8
He was strong in the tackle, decent distribution and he scored a goal.

O`Kane 9 Star man
Quick in thought and action. He ensured we had total control.

Roofe 8
A goal and assists, what more can we ask for. Looks fitter than last season.

Saiz 8
Saiz pulled the strings all afternoon.

Hernandez 8
He scored the penalty and he probed away. When in the opposition box, I just wish he would have passed a bit more.

Lasogga 8
Took his goals well and he hit the post as well. A great debut and hopefully more to come.

Subs
Dallas 7

Brought on at left back. An unusual position for him and he let no one down.

Klich 7
Tidy in possession.

Grot 6
I felt sorry for him. He came on with 30 minutes left and we were playing keep ball winding the clock down.

Summary
We controlled the game from minute 1 to 90, how often can Leeds fans say that.

The game was won by half time. Strikers scoring goals and clean sheets galore -somebody pinch me it’s like a living in a dream.

We have a squad of players that fight for each other and a manager with a way of getting the best out of them.

It has been only six games so far so let us not get too carried away.

I am looking forward Birmingham up next on Tuesday and more of the same please.


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