How Leeds United fans reacted to Casper Sloth's display against Reading.
New Leeds signing Adryan was again overlooked for the Reading clash, but there was a recall to the starting line-up for Casper Sloth.
The 22-year-old signed in the summer from AGF, and had been a player relied upon by caretaker manager Neil Redfearn.
The Dane was dropped for the loss to Brentford, and came back in for the 0-0 draw with Reading at Elland Road, scene of his last start in the win over Huddersfield.
Sloth's performance was a mixed one, completing only 70 per cent of his passes, but creating three goalscoring opportunities.
|Position||Team||Key Passes||Passing Accuracy||Dispossessed||Mins Played|
While dispossessed on four occasions, only one player - Alex Mowatt, matched Sloth in terms of creating three chances.
Here's a look at how fans reacted to his performance...
I like Sloth but he was outmuscled about ten times tonight, and he ain't a wide man. Midfield question marks again I'm afraid #lufc— Jon Howe (@jonhowe1971) October 1, 2014
Casper Sloth floats like a butterfly and, er, that's it #lufc— MrPaulRobinson (@MrPaulRobinson) October 1, 2014
Draw fair result tonight, how Sloth played 90 minutes I'll never know, created more chances for Reading than us tonight! #lufc— Daniel Howard (@DanielHoward92) October 1, 2014
Final ball very poor tonight, Sloth got in great positions but did nothing with it. Doukara looked off it, Murphy looks well off tempo #lufc— Lee Hayes (@TheLazyhazy) October 1, 2014
Can we all have a look for Casper Sloth's instruction manual, I think we're missing something? #lufc— LUFC Tommy D (@tdski_LUFC) October 1, 2014
No idea what happened to Sloth in the second half.— I'd Radebe Leeds (@Radebe_Leeds) October 1, 2014
Sloth did well but that killer pass was missing Adryan would have provided that— Armo (@Jordan_Armo) October 1, 2014