'Immense', 'All over the place' - MOT Super Fans pick saint and sinner from Leeds win v Fulham
Leeds United returned to the top of the Championship on Saturday after their ruthless 3-0 victory against Fulham at Elland Road.
Goals from Patrick Bamford, Ezgjan Alioski and Jack Harrison sealed all three points as the Whites bounced back from their defeat against Cardiff.
The win sent Leeds three-points clear of West Brom in second and extended their gap to the play-offs up to eight points.
With seven games left to play, Leeds only need to pick up 14 points from a possible 21 to seal their place in the Premier League next season.
The return of Pablo Hernandez saw Leeds dominate the second half of the game on Saturday, with Ben White and Liam Cooper keeping Aleksander Mitrovic silent.
Hernandez was superb, completing 13 successful passes in the final third, only Harrison Reed managed more despite the Spaniard only being on the pitch for 44 minutes [LUFCDATA].
There were plenty of positives to choose from the game, and there will be a strong possibility that Marcelo Bielsa makes no changes against Luton.
We asked our esteemed panel of super-fans to select their saints and sinners from the 3-0 victory, and the delight was clear to see.
Here’s what they said…
The general response was that both Hernandez and White were the deciding factors in the game, and it is hard to argue against that.
Mitrovic got many votes for the sinner, and that just highlights how perfect the performance was from the Whites, bring on Luton Town.
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