”Has Been Immense”, ”End Of Him” | Some Leeds United Fans React To Draw Vs Brentford

BRENTFORD, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 11: Liam Cooper of Leeds United celebrates after scoring during the Sky Bet Championship match between Brentford and Leeds United at Griffin Park on February 11, 2020 in Brentford, England. (Photo by Alex Pantling/Getty Images)

Leeds United travelled to take on Brentford in hopes of ending their bad run of form. They played out a 1-1 draw against the Bees even though they dominated most of the game.

The Whites started strongly, but an absolute howler from Kiko Casilla allowed the home team to take the lead as the Spanish goalkeeper failed to collect a simple pass. The Whites equalised through Liam Cooper who stabbed the ball in from close quarters from a corner. United once again had more possession and more shots on target, but they had to be satisfied with the one point. However, the overall performance should be applauded. Here is how the fans on Twitter reacted.

Casilla has been in the firing line for some time, and this is how fans reacted to hearing the team news. In hindsight, it was clearly understandable why most of the fans were worried about him starting again.

Casilla’s mistake was understandably a significant talking point.

Some fans seemed to have enough of Casilla. Maybe its time for Bielsa to unleash Meslier in goal from the next game.

Returning to the team after suspension, Kalvin Phillips had a definite impact in the way Leeds played.

Signed with a big reputation, Costa continued to disappoint.

Once again, the Whites struggled to finish off moves, and their finishing was questioned.

Some fans seemed happy to take a point away from home against a promotion rival. However, with Fulham breathing down Leeds’ neck, the Whites could slip out of the automatic promotion spots if the Cottagers win against Millwall.

One fan saw it as a glass half empty.

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