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'We had opportunities to score more objectives'

 Time to get the contemplations of Leeds supervisor Marcelo Bielsa...

Leeds United showed each feature of precisely what they are in another Elland Road roller coaster.

Marcelo Bielsa's side can be called numerous things however never dull.

Leeds showed their cautious fragility in the principal half when Diego Llorente flopped hopelessly to check Maguire at a corner, the circumstance not helped by attendant Meslier's 'in-out' corny cokey that left him in a dead zone.

They were uncovered again when Victor Lindelof stepped out of guard to tee up Sancho for the ideal cross on to Fernandes' head to send billows of agony over Elland Road, to go with those saving consistent weighty downpour on a pitch left conveying surface water.

What we saw then, at that point, was the intense, assaulting courage that has made Leeds, under Bielsa, one of the most interesting groups to watch since their re-visitation of the Premier League.

They pulled the circumstance around however there was never a feeling that they were in finished control, secure against an assaulting counter-punch thus it demonstrated as Manchester United caused further discipline.

Leeds and Bielsa can't get midfield lynchpin Kalvin Phillips, principle marksman Patrick Bamford and safeguard Liam Cooper back sufficiently fast, just to facilitate those stresses of dropping into transfer inconvenience.

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