Superb Roofe, Impressive Jansson – Here’s how the Leeds stars fared in the 1-1 draw vs Nottingham Forest

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.

Pontus Jansson

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.

Pablo Hernandez

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.

Kemar Roofe

Substitutes

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.

Read more: Why Bielsa must use his Pochettino connection to sign this 20-year-old Tottenham prodigy on loan

Jack Clarke (7/10)

Had a couple of decent strikes and was dangerous with his pace as well.

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