Leeds United captain Lee Peltier believes it is the player`s hard work, which grinds out results when not playing well.
Leeds were under pressure for most of the first half on Saturday in the game with Barnsley at Elland Road and after weathering the storm, Leeds grew into the game and claimed all three points thanks to a penalty from Luciano Becchio close to half time.
Peltier says it is the player`s hard work, which is earning them points this season, even when not playing well. “We are all in it together, we are all working for each other and even if we are not playing well, we are still giving 100% effort.
“You are not going to get the best performances all the time but if you give 100% you will get results,” Peltier told LUTV.
Peltier was at the centre of the main talking point in the game when he was fouled for the penalty.
Barnsley defender Stephen Foster upended Peltier outside the area but referee Darren Deadman deemed the incident had happened inside the box.
Becchio`s cheeky chip from the penalty spot made it ten points from a possible twelve, leaving Leeds in seventh place going into the international break.
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