By David Woods

2nd Jan, 2020 | 6:00pm

'Showed just how important he is' – Leeds Super Fans pick MotM and flop from 1-1 v West Brom

This is part of a regular series from our panel of Leeds United Super Fans. Each week, our Super Fans will deliver their verdicts on the biggest talking points and news stories around Elland Road and Thorp Arch.

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A point away at West Brom – that’s a result we would have taken at the start of the game and certainly after a minute when Leeds went one down. 

After a poor first half, the fightback at The Hawthorns was stirring, and Leeds could have gone on to win the game.

Semi Ajayi ended up scoring all the goals although Patrick Bamford had a big part in the equaliser.

And it was Leeds who looked the most likely to go on and win the game late on, although Kiko Casilla saved his side twice with a couple of world-class saves.

It was Eddie Nketiah’s last game for Leeds. He waved goodbye afterwards and he leaves with the respect of all the fans.

He didn’t work out at Leeds but he gave us some great memories and won us some vital points.

Patrick Bamford changed the game when he came on at half-time but he wasn’t the only candidate for man of the match.

We asked our panel of Super Fans to give us their Saint & Sinner from the top-of-the-table clash. This is what they had to say…

James Tilford (@JamesTilford1)

Adam Ross (@rossi_on)

Jonathan Fox (@foxy619)

Luke (@LukeParsonsss)

Martin Charlesworth (@mcharlesworth10)

Adam Copley (@Adam_coppers98)

It was a tale of two strikers at the Hawthorns for Leeds, with Patrick Bamford getting the nod as Saint and Eddie Nektiah getting the Sinner tag in his last game for the club.

Mateusz Klich also got some mentions for man of the match.

In other Leeds United news, ‘The word from down south’ – Phil Hay delivers Leeds update on Che Adams as Nketiah exits