“Dynamic players” – Bielsa singles out trio for acclaim in the wake of Reading win


Leeds United left it late politeness of a Jack Harrison’s 87th-minute header to pip Reading to a 1-0 triumph the previous evening.

The outcome saw them briefly go top of the Championship table in front of West Bromwich Albion’s down this evening, and if conceivable, Marcelo Bielsa’s men will be quick to hold the situation till the finish of the period.

In spite of getting a charge out of 67% of the ownership, it was certainly not a top execution from Leeds as just two of their 16 shots hit the restriction’s objective.

Patrick Bamford and Stuart Dallas verged on opening the scoring, with the last striking the crossbar on the 63rd minute.

Michael Morrison nearly put the hosts ahead halfway during that time half, while Kiko Casilla made a fine spare to deny Yakou Meite’s header from a corner in the primary half.

Yet, it was Leeds who got the main and imperative objective of the experience, splitting endlessly from a Reading free-kick on the counter.

Ezgjan Alioski played a go into Helder Costa’s way, and the Portuguese’s cross discovered Harrison who committed no errors from the far post.

Bielsa was loaded with acclaims for the trio post-game, naming them dynamic.

“It was a tight match. They have great players and they can make threat regardless of whether they don’t direction the match. It’s a sign of the development and experience of my group. In the second half we kept our power and we accomplished the distinction in this sense,” the Argentine disclosed to BBC Radio Leeds.

“Three unique players were engaged with the objective; Alioski, Costa and Harrison. They can shock the rival and they did it with the last possibility.

“At the point when you are the highest point of the group, obviously it is superior to different positions. But on the other hand the facts confirm that today it doesn’t mean a ton.”

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