Leeds United’s match yesterday against Sheffield Wednesday had few chances, but Gary Monk’s team emerged as the better side and secured a 1-0 win to climb up to the fourth spot on the Championship table.
Leeds’ talismanic striker Chris Wood scoring his 20th goal of the season and goalkeeper Robert Green denying a penalty goal to Wednesday’s Jordan Rhodes were two crucial moments that helped the home side secure a win.
The Peacocks have been in promising form since the beginning of this season and are hoping to secure promotion this year. This was Leeds’ eighth victory in their last nine home games, which explained the resounding attendance of 35,093 in their ground that has maximum capacity of 37,890.
Seeking a continuance of this support, Leeds defender Pontus Jansson used Twitter to thank the fans and requested them to keep Elland Road jam-packed for the rest of the season. Check out the tweet below –