Leeds United fans reacted to the defeat of West Brom at the hands of Brentford.
Even though the Whites weren’t in action on Friday night, they still had a vested interest in the events at Griffin Park.
The Baggies entered the game level with points with United leading the Championship standings after their 0-0 draw against Birmingham City last weekend.
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Meanwhile, Brentford was comfortably seated in fourth place before kick-off thanks to a 2-0 victory over West London rival Fulham the last time.
Ollie Watkins broke the deadlock after 16 minutes as he approached his marker to hit Josh Dasilva’s center at close range.
The strike separated the two teams in the meantime.
West Brom improved a lot in the second period, but for the second consecutive game in the Championship, they made a blank.
This is a suitable result for Leeds United as they can deviate by three points with the victory over Fulham. And judging by the reaction on social media, fans are urging the party to make a statement.
Take a look at what some Leeds United fans have said about the result on Twitter, as there are worrying concerns about Brentford …
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Marcelo Bielsa’s team has the chance to react to the result by welcoming Fulham to Elland Road on Saturday afternoon.
Speaking before the match, the Leeds boss warned his team.
“The eight remaining matches will generate the same wait until the situation is defined”, Bielsa said at the pre-match press conference.
“Every game is important. It has more precious meaning because we are playing with the direct team and the closest to us to fight for promotion.”