LUFC - Delph the master for Leeds
Leeds Vital member Tiny T gives us his match report from Saturday's victory over Walsall
Leeds had much of the possession, but only troubled the Walsall goal from range with two from Kilkenny, Howson, Delph and Douglas trying their luck but hardly any trouble for the Keeper.
A mistake in defence could have easily seen us one down but Casper came to the rescue.
A lot of possession but little incision.
Loads better, the ball moved much more quickly and the early goal from Becchio who pounced in the box to slide the ball under the Keeper.
Robinson was introduced and his first effort brought a corner from a free kick. Delph scored the second when Robinson laid a free kick into his path and it was dispatched with the Keeper rooted.
Delph's second came when he dispossessed the Walsall midfielder and lashed it in from outside the box.
Leeds controlled the second half with ease and Walsall rarely, if ever, threatened with Casper a bystander for long periods.
The game changed significantly with the introduction of Robinson to play wide (needs to start). Two stunning Delph strikes secured the points though.
He gets better with every game, a handful for any defence and the goals have started to flow. Work rate and finishing power, just what we need.
Casper Ankergren 6
Frazer Richardson 7
Rui Marques 6
Paul Telfer 6
Ben Parker 8
Jon Howson 6
Jonathan Douglas 7
Neil Kilkenny 5
Fabian Delph 7
Jermaine Beckford 6
Lucciano Becchio 8
Andy Robinson 7
Provided the width we needed, why doesn't he start ahead of Macca's love child.
Robert Snodgrass 5
Little time to have any influence with the game won, Macca protecting his lead striker.
Only got five minutes.
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