Leeds United Player Ratings vs Nottingham Forest: Here’s how the Whites fared
Leeds United left it late against Nottingham Forest with Kemar Roofe bailing Marcelo Bielsa’s side out in the dying moments. The game ended at 1-1. The Peacocks tested Forest on countless occasions and ultimately found the back of the net after initially going down to a Jack Robinson goal.
Aitor Karanka will definitely be disappointed that his side were not able to hold onto their lead.
Leeds United Player Ratings
Bailey Peacock-Farrell (6/10)
He didn’t have much to do and was unable to stop the goal. Forest didn’t threaten much after that.
Luke Ayling (6/10)
Was unfortunate to come off injured in the first half. He looked energetic going forward.
Pontus Jansson (7/10)
Won a number of personal battles against Lewis Grabban and ensured he kept the striker at bay. He read the game well and made important interceptions as well.
Liam Cooper (6/10)
Not the best performance from Cooper. Put in a few decent tackles but it was a mediocre performance overall.
Stuart Dallas (5/10)
Still lacks the technical ability to make something happen in the final threat. Misplaced a number of passes as well.
Kalvin Phillips (6/10)
An unusually bad performance from Phillips. He was caught out of position on many occasions.
Pablo Hernandez (7/10)
Was always on the move, trying to make something happen. He created a number of opportunities.
Mateusz Klich (6/10)
Showed impressive work rate all game but did not provide much going forward.
Adam Forshaw (6/10)
He needs to show more sharpness and more awareness. He carelessly gave away the ball on many occasions.
Ezgjan Alioski (5/10)
He was wasteful going forward and was caught out of position on many occasions.
Kemar Roofe (7/10)
Roofe was at the right place at the right time to score the equaliser. He was dealt with in many instances.
Samuel Saiz (6/10)
He has been in bad form for weeks now and has failed to make an impact.
Tom Pearce (6/10)
A steady game and nothing spectacular from the player. He was a substitute who was substituted.
Jack Clarke (7/10)
Had a couple of decent strikes and was dangerous with his pace as well.