Patrick Bamford scored one goal and delivered third as Leicester missed second place despite Harvey Barnes early goal

15 â ???? Patrick Bamford was directly involved in 15 goals in his 20 Premier League games for Leeds United (11 goals, 4 assists) Only Tony Yeboah (17) has scored more goals in the first 20 PL games for the club. Revelation BildTwittercom / aVxHubfGQc

It was a tough game as we knew from the home game. We had to concentrate the whole game and really fight for it I want to say that I don’t think about [no goal] but all strikers do. To be honest, it was more important to perform well. In the last couple of games I’ve been a little off. It was nice to have the support too I think the guys give me out to shoot But Jack had it on a plate If I shoot and miss it’s not worth it, we needed that extra comfort Liverpool we got very close, City we have a point Arsenal, Chelsea and United we were a little off we should be proud of ourselves We’re a strong group and we’ve added real talent and ability Everyone has their feet on the ground There are no superstars

Rick Harris is excited: “You can forget that Villa 7 plays Liverpool, Burnley beat Liverpool at Anfield and United lose to the Blades”This has to be the shock of the season Leeds beat Leicester up, or should I say RAILROADED from El Locoâ ????

Leicester won’t move up to second Leeds is still in 12th place Space, but the top half is within reach

For Leicester this was a kind of raid on Leedsâ ???? All goals came from forcing the ball out of Leicester and then breaking at full speed. Bamford’s goal and support were superb. Leicester scored one of six possible points in the two games without Vardy

90 1 min: Liam Cooper almost made Perez’s day worse with a rattling tackle, but the Spanish striker gets up and keeps on chasing.He worked hard, just not Jamie Vardy.Three minutes were added

89 min: Ayoze Perez didn’t have a good game Getting Evans in the way to level was perhaps the worst moment in a series of dropouts

87 min: Leedsâ ???? Quality on the counter did what Leicester did to them earlier in the season Leicester pressed for equalization and got caught Without Jamie Vardy they were lacking an attacking threat

Leeds scores a superb goal on the bar Justin is knocked over by Costa Maddison whips a free kick Leeds breaks and it goes all the way down the other end Bamford attacks from his own half alone Leicester has played and lost Bamford stabilizes and plays in Harrison playing it in an empty network

82 min: Actually, it was Ricardo’s intervention that resulted in Struijk swinging out into the fresh air credit where it is due

81 min: Oof, Leeds close. This time it’s Leicester fighting for a set piece. The ball falls and Struijk waits just to swing in the fresh air

80 min: Raphina has another of these muscle injuries Helder Costa comes to Leeds Sub is for Fofana for Leicester

78 min: Leicester pushes for equalization They had previously won every game in which they were ahead

76 min: Evans has a chance to make amends immediately, but Meslier manages to win the ball after Fofana’s shot

75 min: Panic in Leeds is a set piece Fafana’s shot was deflected Then Maddison takes, Soyuncu goes downstairs and Evans misses an open gate To mitigate, he is put off by Perez, who has not seen him

71 min: It looks like Leeds changed tactics there. They advanced into Leicester when they had a litter and then worked well with Raphina’s pearl of a pass

Leeds pushes the ball out of Leicester, great ball from Raphina, even better from Bamford with the left foot Schmeichel had no chance It falls over and Bielsa celebrates furiously

68 min: Perez plows a lonely furrow He doesn’t have the speed of Vardy or the telepathic connection with Barnes or Maddison Vardy is also much better at unsettling opposing defenders

64 min: Leeds wrote back, nowhere Brendan will enjoy overclocking El Loco, as he undoubtedly calls Bielsa, after reading all those Jonathan Wilson books and that

62 min: Tielemans did an excavation from afar when a Barnes ball might have been the more convenient option

60 min: Justin Kavanagh now: â ???? The Peacocks have shown their grandeur well, but such a fantasy is always dangerous when the foxes are snooping around Speaking of nicknames, shouldn’t Leeds really upgrade to “The Librarians”? What about all these buns? â ????

59 min: Paulo answers: â ???? I see Marc Albrighton playing. Are there any other footballers whose last name includes the name of an opposing team? For example, is there a Luke McBlackburn somewhere? “There was Gary Leeds, even though he was actually more of a Walker Brothers than a footballer

58 min: Ricardo is in the mood for a run, turns around and gets a shot in Brendan’s tactical optimization has opened up space for Leicester and has kept Leeds from raving about them all over the place

56 min: Leicester walks longer and sits a little in front of Leeds? Dallas is like a limpid to Maddison, who was negligible in this game

55 min: Bielsa screams a lot from his squat position. Looks like he left his bucket with Thorp Arch. He’ll be stiff in the morning

54 min: Leicester free-kick from the right, but Maddison can only hit the ball from Bamford’s head

53 min: Leicester pushes this half harder Meslier has to come out to stop Perez Ayling, connected, comes back

51 min: Luke Ayling has to be treated for a head wound. His hair has come out of his topknot and that could be painful

49 min: VAR alarm Cooper and Fafana in the Leeds box were all on top of each other So no punishment for Leicester, as they both tried to undress their opponent Mike Dean, who is now the virtual auxiliary robot, says no

48 min: Leicester Mode a chance Tielemans plays in Justin, but the full-back – his new position in this half – cannot steer the ball past Cooper, who comes to the block

47 min: Brendan is wearing gloves It must be cold Did Bill Shankly or Jock Stein wear gloves?

46 min: A bit of in-game management as it gets going again in the second half

A change in Leicester: Soyuncu is on and Albrighton is on, suggesting Brendan is going back to three to tackle the blast in Leeds and potentially flood the midfield

Mary Waltz has contacted “Leeds is always on the edge of the razor” about giving up multiple goals only to instantly seize chances for their own scoring chances Unpredictable yet so excitingAgreed

There was a quick target exchange but Leeds will be happier Leicester and Maddison in particular are having trouble dealing with their opponents press There were a few moments when Kasper Schmeichel stepped into action and was forced to make superb saves. Harvey Barnes, Leicester’s goalscorer, was dangerous

45 min: Tielemans makes a damn loud yowl when he is attacked in the corner. Alioski’s attack goes unpunished and the Belgian can continue. Perhaps the outcry has got the endorphins flowing

43 min: Leeds chaos, and the ball comes out to Albrighton, who plays the ball in a position of maximum opportunity, only lurking for Meslier to scrape the ball into his grasp. Perez lurked but he’s not Jamie Vardy

40 min: Maddison whips into a corner It’s clear, but Evans, who is still ready for Leicester, holds it up there Maddison knocks the ball off the post, but there was an infringement Leeds not convinced of set pieces

38 min: First booking, Ayling’s topknot slows down as he chases after Justin and he is forced to pull on his shirt a little

36 min: Leicester Sub, Pereira comes on for Castagne who has a groin problem, like Leedsâ ???? Rodrigo The heavy workload takes its toll on the players

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