Date: 2nd November 2019 at 5:03pm
Written by:
Leeds United
2 – 0
QPR

Elland Road

Championship

2/11/2019 3:00 pm

Attendance: 35284

Referee: Eltringham

Leeds United QPR
Roberts (39), Harrison (82)
Casilla Kelly
Ayling Rangel
 
White Hall
Cooper Leistner 54
Dallas Wallace
 
Phillips Manning
Helder Costa 77 Chair 63
Roberts Ball
 
Klich
 
Eze
Harrison 84 Wells 72
Bamford Hugill
 

Substitutes

Meslier Lumley
Hernandez 77 Kane 54
Berardi Pugh 63
Gotts Amos
Davis 84 Scowen
Bogusz Mlaker 72
Clarke Osayi-Samuel

Game Statistics

18 Goal attempts 6
6 On Target 1
6 Corners 2
18 Fouls 20
1 Yellow Cards 4
0 Red Cards 0
49 % 51

Saturday’s clash with Queens Park Rangers was a good opportunity for Leeds United to really find their groove in the Championship campaign of 2019/20 and manager Marcelo Bielsa would’ve been looking for us to really put the pressure on West Bromwich Albion in top spot and start chipping away at the small buffer they have built up.

Disappointingly for fans, Eddie Nketiah missed out on the matchday 18 as he picked up a knock in training on Friday, but as hoped for, Pablo Hernandez returned to the substitutes bench.

Leeds utterly dominated the opening half and Tyler Roberts gave us the lead with six minutes remaining in the half, and given QPR hadn’t had a shot on target come the half time break, the question should be – how many…but this is Leeds.

Our control in the second half continued with chances coming, and in keeping the clean sheet, Jack Harrison’s second goal of the day gave us the comfortable victory and we were in no trouble at the end.

Now for a winning run?

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2 Replies to “Young Leeds Duo Make Their Efforts Count As We Take Comfortable QPR Victory – Match Stats”

  • A winning run would be very nice indeed, but until we get ANY striker who can hit the back of the net more regularly, we could just as easy go on a losing run!. A deserved victory against Q.P.R today for sure, as it should have been in nearly all games played this season. A QUALITY STRIKER in, in January, is now a must, then promotion is almost a cert,( as far as a cert can be in this league!). Also a little more defensive cover brought in ( in January )would also be nice. Marching on together.

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