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‘Embarrassing,’ ‘We are scared of London’ – Many Leeds fans all saying same thing after QPR defeat

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Many Leeds United supporters have been urging the club to invest in some more forward players, after they suffered their latest defeat in London, losing 1-0 at Queens Park Rangers.

It proved to be another very frustrating afternoon in the capital for the Whites, as they suffered defeat for the fourth time in the Championship away to a London club in the Championship, having been beaten by Charlton, Milwall and Fulham before their trip to the R’s.

The hosts took the lead inside the opening 20 minutes through Nakhi Wells, with the striker handling the ball before putting it beyond Kiko Casilla, but the referee and his officials awarded the goal.

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Bielsa’s side were once again guilty of being wasteful in front of goal, with Patrick Bamford guilty of missing two really presentable chances in particular, putting the ball over the bar when through on goal on the first half and also seeing his tame penalty kept out by Liam Kelly in the second period.

The Whites missed some other presentable chances, one of which came the way of Jack Harrison who failed to connect with the ball properly midway through the second half, as Bielsa’s side stepped the pressure in search of an equailser.

Pablo Hernandez saw his well struck free kick come back off the outside of the post inside the last 12 minutes, and Leeds’ frustrations eventually boiled over with Kalvin Phillips being shown a straight red for his reckless challenge on Geoff Cameron.

Here then, we take a look at what Leeds fans made of their latest defeat in London on social media…


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Article title: ‘Embarrassing,’ ‘We are scared of London’ – Many Leeds fans all saying same thing after QPR defeat

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