Date: 22nd November 2020 at 7:06pm
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Leeds United
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Elland Road

Premier League

22/11/2020 4:30 pm

Attendance: 0

Referee: Anthony Taylor

Leeds United Arsenal
Meslier Leno
Ayling 70 Bellerin
Koch Holding
dos Santos Magalhaes
Alioski Tierney
Dias Belloli Xhaka
Klich Pepe
Willock 57
Harrison 80 Willian 45
Bamford Aubameyang


Poveda 80 Saka 57/93
Roberts Lacazette
Casilla Runarsson
Helder Costa Maitland-Niles 93
Rodrigo 70 Mustafi
Struijk Nelson 45
Davis Nketiah

Game Statistics

25 Goal attempts 9
4 On Target 2
5 Corners 3
9 Fouls 8
3 Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 1
66 % 34

Following another dull international break for Leeds United fans, it did give manager Marcelo Bielsa and the first team squad some downtime given our efforts so far in the 2021 Premier League season and today it was back to the grind as we welcomed a less than ‘invincible’ Arsenal to Elland Road.

It was never going to be an easy game as despite their struggles this year, they have a quality squad but again, unfortunately, it was our own inability to find the net on a more regular basis that cost us all three points – but another point on the board shouldn’t be sniffed at.

With the main negative again being only four shots on target from an overall 25, the positives are again game management – the chance creation itself – along with another good defensive performance that limited them to only two shot on target from an overall 9.

The media line might be ‘poor Arsenal’ but I think most Leeds fans will be pleased with what they saw and had we found the net, pleased would’ve become delighted.

Arsenal MotM

Ezgjan Alioski

Ezgjan Alioski

Jack Harrison

Jack Harrison

Liam Cooper

Liam Cooper

Dias Belloli

Dias Belloli

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