BY KAI BENNETT
Leeds United midfielder Kalvin Phllips was annoyed with the goal they conceded towards Fulham, and expressed his disappointment at former Crystal Palace loanee Patrick Bamford not making the England squad.
Patrick Bamford opened the scoring earlier than Joachim Andersen levelled simply after the half-hour mark. Raphinha’s second-half strike sealed all three factors for Leeds.
Prior to their opener Leeds had two objectives dominated out for offside.
The outcome retains Fulham within the backside three. Newcastle and Brighton, the 2 golf equipment immediately above them, have two matches in hand and face one another immediately.
“Every level towards a staff like this can be a good three factors and the lads labored arduous tonight,” mentioned Phillips. “We conceded one other sloppy goal however in the long run we bought the winner and the lads are buzzing.
“We’re all the time disappointed whichever goal we concede however simply from set-pieces we’ve conceded too many, we did effectively final week towards Chelsea and possibly simply dropped somewhat little bit of focus immediately.
“Pat’s [Patrick Bamford] an awesome participant, he scores fairly just a few objectives and will get in these positions the place he can rating objectives and it’s a credit score to him he will get in these positions, whether or not he scores or not. I’m somewhat bit gutted he didn’t make the England staff however there’s all the time subsequent time.”
When requested if the second goal sums up how Leeds play, with them so almost conceding to going up the opposite finish and scoring, Phillips responded: “That’s how the supervisor desires us to play. We’re very energetic, we’re very dynamic, we go near conceding a goal after which we go up the opposite finish and Rapha [Raphinha] pokes one in so general and it’s a large three factors.
“We’ll proceed to take each sport because it comes, we constructed on a superb efficiency final week and we bought the three factors immediately.”
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