It was a very poor performance from Leeds United away at QPR on Saturday afternoon but Steve Evans was quick to defend the performances of debut boy Liam Bridcutt and the returning Charlie Taylor.

Bridcutt signed on Thursday and went straight into the starting 11 for Saturday’s game. Taylor was returning from injury and replaced the suspended Gaetano Berardi.

On Bridcutt’s performance, Evans said: “I thought he was fantastic.

“There was a little bit of rustiness at times when he overran the ball and maybe a little bit sloppy at times when he gave it away and got caught the odd time.

“But I think the two best players for me were the boys who have not played for a long time in Charlie Taylor and Liam Bridcutt”.



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