The Leeds United left-back was brilliant this weekend.
Leeds United made it four Championship matches without a win this weekend, but they remain undefeated after drawing yet again, this time against Sheffield Wednesday.
The Owls took the lead through Marco Matias but Leeds’ summer signing Chris Wood equalised just after the hour-mark.
With both sides managing just three shots on target each it is no surprise goals were at a premium, but Leeds manager Uwe Rosler will want to get that first victory under his belt as soon as possible…before it becomes something of an Albatross around his neck.
Whatever Leeds fans think of another two points dropped there was no doubting the star of the show for the Whites.
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Left-back Charlie Taylor was brilliant yet again; the 21-year-old proving to be one of the most consistent players at Elland Road since his breakthrough last season.
Against Wednesday the full-back was a different class and his statistics do not tell the whole story regarding his overall performance.
Taylor had a passing accuracy of 87 per cent and he was not dispossessed all afternoon. The Leeds youngster also won four interceptions, three ball recoveries, seven duels and three tackles and without him Rosler’s side may well have slipped to their first defeat in the league this season.