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Report | September 3

Brentford

5 - 2

Leeds United

Ivan Toney 30 [PK], 43, 58 Luis Sinisterra 45
Bryan Mbeumo 80 Marc Roca 79
Yoane Wissa 90

Brentford beat Leeds thanks to Ivan Toney heroics.

This match was quite the high-scoring affair. Ivan Toney got the opener via a penalty score for Brentford in the 30th minute. Following the initial score, Brentford proceeded to add on 4 more goals, compared to Leeds' 2 as Brentford took the three points.

The Overview

  • With what little of the ball the Bees had (31%), they were creative with it, generating 14 attempts at goal.
  • Going forward the Whites looked dangerous, amassing 17 shots in total.
  • The Bees' accuracy paid off well, 57% of their shots were on target.

The Details

Benjamin Mee racked up 5 interceptions throughout the game, constantly frustrating the Whites. For Leeds, Jack Harrison pushed hard to create chances, but his 7 crosses weren't enough to affect the outcome. The Whites' dominance on the ball came to no avail, completing 250 more passes than the Bees yet still losing the game.

Brentford get the win they've been craving. Meanwhile, Leeds' mixed form continues.

Top Performers

Ivan ToneyBryan Mbeumo
3 goals scored1 goal scored
Had 4 shots on target (3rd in the Premier League)Took 1 shot (4th on their team)

Next up, Brentford meet Southampton at St. Mary's on Saturday, September 10th. While Leeds meet Forest at Elland Road on Monday, September 12th. Can this be the start of a winning streak for the Bees? Will the Whites improve their form?

Report | August 30

Leeds United

1 - 1

Everton

Luis Sinisterra 55 Anthony Gordon 17

Everton cling on in draw with Leeds.

Anthony Gordon netted the first goal of the match for Everton in the 17th minute. Leeds' Luis Sinisterra retaliated with an equalizer in the 55th minute, but there was nothing between the teams for the remainder, leading to a share of the spoils.

The Overview

  • Despite keeping the ball well (70% possession), the Whites couldn't convert that advantage into a winning goal.
  • They may have shared the points, but the Whites will rue missed opportunities having had 14 shots compared to the Toffees' seven.
  • The referee issued numerous cards in what was a bad-tempered affair, with Leeds receiving three bookings and Everton three.

The Details

Jack Harrison had a field day, registering 13 crosses. The Whites only came away with a draw despite completing 338 more passes than the Toffees. For Everton, Alex Iwobi and Vitalii Mykolenko's excellent reading of the game was on show again, each intercepted the ball 4 times.

Leeds' unpredictable form continues. Meanwhile, Everton continue their run of draws.

Top Performers

Luis SinisterraAnthony Gordon
1 goal scored1 goal scored
1 corner won (3rd on their team)Took 1 shot (1st on their team)

Both squads play next on Saturday, September 3rd. Leeds meet Brentford at Brentford Community Stadium, while Everton meet fierce rivals Liverpool. Can the Whites do better next time? Will the Toffees secure a sought after victory?

Report | August 27

Brighton & Hove Albion

1 - 0

Leeds United

Pascal Groß 66

Brighton shut out Leeds in victory.

Following a scoreless first half, Pascal Groß netted the first goal of the match for Brighton in the 66th minute after being assisted by Leandro Trossard. This lone goal proved decisive, as Brighton held on to beat Leeds and take all three points.

The Overview

  • Although they had less possession (43%), the Seagulls still created chances, with 13 attempts at goal.
  • Despite the loss, the Whites had plenty of chances of their own, getting away ten shots in the match.
  • Although they got the win, the Seagulls were wasteful in front of goal, only getting 31% of their total shots on target.

The Details

Pascal Groß continually probed down the flank, getting 6 crosses into the box. For Leeds, Tyler Adams seemed off the pace defensively, committing 4 fouls in a frustrating game. On a positive note for the Whites, they had a clear advantage in the passing game, racking up 468 completed passes to the Seagulls' 355.

It's another win for Brighton as they make it two on the bounce. Meanwhile, Leeds' mixed form continues.

Top Performers

Pascal GroßRodrigo
1 goal scoredBlocked 3 shots (1st in the Premier League)
1 corner won (1st in the game)Took 5 shots (8th in the Premier League)

Both squads play next on Tuesday, August 30th. Brighton meet Fulham at Craven Cottage, while high-flying Leeds will look to pick up three points against Everton. Can the Seagulls make it three wins in a row? Will the Whites improve their form?

Report | August 21

Leeds United

3 - 0

Chelsea

Brenden Aaronson 33
Rodrigo 37
Jack Harrison 69

Leeds claim all three points with strong defensive performance.

Brenden Aaronson opened the score for Leeds in the 33rd minute. Leeds' Rodrigo extended the lead in the 37th minute, and Jack Harrison put on the finishing touches with a third score in the 69th minute to get them the win.

The Overview

  • Although they had less possession (40%), the Whites still created chances, with 12 attempts at goal.
  • Despite the loss, the Blues had plenty of chances of their own, getting away 14 shots in the match.
  • The Whites' accuracy paid off well, 50% of their shots were on target.

The Details

Jack Harrison continually probed down the flank, getting 7 crosses into the box. The Blues' passing game will give them reason to be confident in their next game, clocking up 490 completed passes. The Whites only managed 327.

Leeds take the three points. Meanwhile, Chelsea's mixed form continues.

Top Performers

Jack HarrisonRodrigo
Assisted 1 goalAssisted 1 goal
1 goal scoredTook 5 shots (7th in the Premier League)

Both squads play next on Saturday, August 27th. Leeds meet Brighton at the AMEX, while Chelsea meet Leicester at Stamford Bridge. Can the Whites win again? Will the Blues improve their form?

Report | August 13

Southampton

2 - 2

Leeds United

Joe Aribo 72 Rodrigo 46, 60
Kyle Walker-Peters 81

Southampton grab a point at Leeds.

Rodrigo scored the match's first goal for Leeds in the 46th minute following an assist by Jack Harrison. He then struck once again in the 60th minute to give Leeds a 2-0 lead. But Southampton did not fold over, as Joe Aribo and Kyle Walker-Peters each scored to split the points.

The Overview

  • Saints saw a bit less of the ball with 42% possession, but that didn't cost them.
  • The teams created a similar amount of chances, with Saints registering 14 shots to the Whites' 13.

The Details

Kyle Walker-Peters posed a constant threat from the wide areas, whipping in a total of 5 crosses, while Armel Bella Kotchap and Roméo Lavia each racked up 4 interceptions throughout the game, constantly frustrating the Whites. For Leeds, Daniel James only registered 20 touches in a frustrating game for the midfielder. The Whites can take confidence from their superior passing game, completing 457 passes compared to Saints' 336.

Southampton's unpredictable form continues. Meanwhile, Leeds continue their string of mixed results.

Top Performers

Kyle Walker-PetersRodrigo
Blocked 1 shot (1st in the game)2 goals scored
1 goal scored2 corners won (1st in the game)

Next up, Southampton meet Leicester at the King Power Stadium on Saturday, August 20th. While Leeds meet Chelsea at Elland Road on Sunday, August 21st. Can Saints do better next time? Will the Whites improve their form?

Report | August 6

Leeds United

2 - 1

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Rodrigo 24 Daniel Podence 6
Rayan Aït Nouri 74 [OG]

Leeds win at home to Wolves.

Daniel Podence netted the first goal of the match for Wolves in the 6th minute following an assist by Hwang Heechan. Leeds' Rodrigo responded with a tying goal in the 24th minute. Rayan Aït Nouri then netted a 74th minute strike to give Leeds the win.

The Overview

  • With what little of the ball the Whites had (39%), they were creative with it, generating 12 attempts at goal.
  • Going forward Wolves looked dangerous, amassing 15 shots in total.
  • The scoreline could have been more impressive if the Whites had their shooting boots on, with their shot accuracy down at 33%.

The Details

Jack Harrison continually probed down the flank, getting 6 crosses into the box, while Pascal Struijk put on a show, intercepting the ball 4 times. Wolves completed 202 more passes than the Whites, but it came to nothing in the end as they left with a loss.

Leeds start as they mean to go on. Meanwhile, Wolves will look to bounce back next match.

Top Performers

RodrigoDaniel Podence
1 goal scored1 goal scored
Blocked 1 shot (1st on their team)2 corners won (1st on their team)

Both squads play next on Saturday, August 13th. Leeds have a crucial game against Southampton, while Wolves have a top of the table clash with Fulham. Can the Whites find another win? Will Wolves improve and pick up points?


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