Ally McCoist was thrilled by Leeds United midfielder Stuart Dallas and his role in the opening goal against Sheffield United on Saturday afternoon.
The Whites took the lead through Jack Harrison, who tapped home after great work from Dallas and Raphinha in winning the ball back at Elland Road.
McCoist claimed it was all about the Northern Ireland international, but labelled the passing before the goal as “magic.”
Speaking during Amazon Prime’s live coverage of the clash, McCoist was thrilled by the Whites and how easy they made it look against the Blades.
“It’s magic, it really is,” he said.
“It’s all about Dallas, he wins the ball back, plays a one-two with Raphinha, look at Dallas refusing to give up.
“Raphinha picks it up, look at that; it’s beautiful, just a tap-in. It is absolutely first class, Jack Harrison will not score many easier of goals, but it’s beautifully worked.”
Harrison may have got the easiest of goals, but it was brilliantly built by Leeds, who dominated the Blades in the opening 45 minutes.
Dallas is the one player who is everywhere on the pitch, and he doesn’t let anyone breathe. That power handed the ball to Raphinha who did the rest as he usually does.
The Brazilian has become a superstar at Elland Road, and he makes the difficult look so easy when he glides past defenders.
Sheffield United give the ball away far too often, and that is one thing you can’t do when coming up against the mighty Whites, we will take advantage.
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