By Mark Smith

29th Jan, 2020 | 2:30pm

'Worried' - David Seaman sends Twitter message after Leeds 3-2 win v Millwall

David Seaman has delivered a message on his personal Twitter account after Leeds United returned to winning ways with the 3-2 victory against Millwall on Tuesday.

The Arsenal legend and well-known Whites fan admitted he was worried, but Marcelo Bielsa’s men never make it easy – we all know that.

Seaman was left troubled at half-time in the clash but breathed a big sigh of relief at the full-time whistle as Leeds returned to the top of the Championship ladder.

It was a familiar feeling at half-time with Leeds missing chances at Elland Road, and going into the break 2-0 down.

Bielsa sent his side out early at half-time and there was a sense of anticipation of what was to come. It worked, and Leeds were untouchable in the second half.

Goals from Patrick Bamford and one from Pablo Hernandez saw the Whites pick up three points and jump above West Brom who lost again.

It was fully deserved as well. Leeds dominated Millwall for the majority of the game, with Gary Rowett even admitted that his side were taught a footballing lesson in West Yorkshire.

Looking at the second half stats, the home side were back at their best. Leeds dominated possession as well as having more than double the number of shots on goal, and completed passes.

There was definitely a sense of nervousness at Elland Road on Tuesday, but as soon as the first goal went in that turned into anticipation of another memorable night under Bielsa in the past couple of years.

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