'End of story' - Mateusz Klich addresses contentious Instagram post after Leeds defeat v Fulham
Mateusz Klich was playing a dangerous game on social media after Leeds United lost 2-1 against Fulham at Craven Cottage on Saturday.
The game marred by controversial decisions by referee Tim Robinson, who awarded Fulham a penalty in the first half when Ben White made next to no contact with Bobby Reid in the box.
Aleksandar Mitrovic put the Cottagers ahead with the resulting spot-kick as Scott Parker’s side ended Leed’s 11-match unbeaten run.
Klich clearly wanted to vent his frustrations in a cryptic way on social media after the match so took to his personal Instagram account to post a picture of blind singer Stevie Wonder.
The Athletic journalist Phil Hay shared Klich’s Instagram story on Twitter, prompting a big reaction from Leeds supporters.
One Leeds fan pointed out that Klich’s post was “risky” but the Poland international was quick to defend himself.
“Big fan of Stevie, end of story,” Klich said via his personal Twitter account.
It is pretty clear what Klich was trying to say when he posted that picture of Stevie Wonder on Instagram and the fan who the midfielder replied to is right to show a bit of concern.
The EFL have not exactly been in the good books of Leeds supporters and if they can get their claws on this then there could be an issue for the player.
Hopefully nothing comes of it but there’s no doubt that someone at Elland Road might have had a word with the midfielder at Thorp Arch on Sunday.
In other Leeds United news, Michael Brown is baffled by one incident in Saturday’s match.