For 70 minutes, Leeds were absolutely terrible. The Elland Road crowd did what only they can, transition from ironic cheering to forcing a goal out of the players on the pitch in a matter of minutes. We truly do have special fans, who deserve more than 20 minutes of effort a game.
Despite all that, there were some bright sparks from the game, starting off with Pablo Hernandez.
Pablo was no different from the rest in the first half, off the pace and seemingly not too bothered. However in the second half as the ironic chants turned into vocal support, Pablo rose to the occasion and made sure Leeds got something from the game.
Both goals were down to Pablo, the first especially came from a beautiful cross that only he could provide. With Samu Saiz finally finishing his suspension in time for Wednesday’s game against Derby, expect Pablo to be even better.