Leeds United supporters have their say on Twitter on the display of the team against Birmingham City at St Andrew’s in the Championship on Saturday.
Neil Redfearn’s second game in charge of Leeds United as the caretaker manager on Saturday ended in a draw (click here to read more).
The West Yorkshire club played out a 1-1 draw with Birmingham City at St Andrew’s in the Championship, but it was far from easy for the visitors.
Lee Clark’s side were the better team in the first half and took the lead in the 38th minute through a strike from Wes Thomas.
The 27-year-old striker’s goal also broke the Leeds net, leading to nine minutes of injury time being played at the end of the first half due to the play being held up.
Leeds were much better in the second period and stepped up their game. The former Premier League outfit created a number of chances and eventually scored the equaliser through Alex Mowatt in the 76th minute.
After the match, Leeds fans took to social networking site Twitter to have their say on the performance of the players. Below is a selection of their tweets.
Played some good stuff today, still look weak at the back and didn't create much going forward, but there is progress from last season #lufc— Tom (@thomas_wilson04) September 13, 2014
#lufc we have to come in Del Fabro Adryan Montenegro Byram Murphy also Morison Walters White to come back from injury bit of luck solid mid— Ben Taylor (@bennytaylor1984) September 13, 2014
2ND Half and especially last 20 we looked very good. Much better and I'm sure more to come. Sloth & Cook looked the part #lufc— Graeme Baker (@grbaker18) September 13, 2014
passing from #lufc was a lot better second half and after the subs we showed a bit more purpose gonna take time but good signs imho— topman65 (@baldyman1965) September 13, 2014
Happy with that second half. Support good, mental for equaliser immense. Worth turning up for. We will get better. #lufc— Tommy Wood (@hairycrackling) September 13, 2014
Some folks upset Adryan didn’t come on, we needed brute force today, not finesse. #LUFC— Joe LUFC (@LUFC_LUFC) September 13, 2014
Am I the only one who thinks that #lufc performance was v strong? Best passing I've see from us in a long time. Promising signs, surely?— James Luty (@jamesluty) September 13, 2014
Was impressed with the #LUFC Passing today. Even Austin has a good game. Takes time to Gel yet we're getting there.— Kevin Tiernan (@Tighernain) September 13, 2014
The problem we have is this is a team of strangers who need more time together to work properly. Wish they’d had preseason together. #lufc— Joe LUFC (@LUFC_LUFC) September 13, 2014