Saturday evening’s late kickoff against Nottingham Forest turned into another one of those games for Leeds United.
Welcoming Aitor Karanka’s side to Elland Road for the clash, they took the advantage in the game with their only shot on target and we again dominated absolutely every telling statistic…other than shots on target as despite having 18 attempts overall, we only got three between the sticks.
Kemar Roofe’s equaliser on the day was incredibly deserved but again, it really should’ve been more as our efforts certainly deserved it.
Although WhoScored gave centre-half Pontus Jansson their Man of the match with a rating of 7.21 – and it was a hell of a performance return following his suspension – Roofe missed out by the smallest of margins, picking up a score of 7.20.
Adam Forshaw, Liam Cooper and Mats Klich completed our top five on the day.
Whilst the score was disappointing, and plenty will think it was two points dropped, the positive is the spirit in the group as when we do go behind and have one of those days, they keep battling back and the points will be important come the end of the year.