Steve Evans said that Leeds United dominated against Queens Park Rangers.
Eddie Gray has told LUTV that he disagrees with Steve Evans' analysis of Leeds United’s match against Queens Park Rangers.
Leeds drew 1-1 with QPR last Tuesday, but after the match Evans seemed contented with his side’s performance.
The 53-year-old boss insisted that Leeds had dominated the contest and that they deserved to take all three points.
However, Gray suggested that the Whites were actually below par, and that QPR were worthy of getting a point in the fixture.
"I don’t think we did enough," the Whites legend said. "I had to ask Steve because he thought we’d dominated, but in general, when you analyse the whole 90 minutes, you have to say it wasn’t a great game.
"I didn’t look like there was going to be a goal in the game.
"I don’t think we dominated to game enough to say that they didn’t deserve anything. They had good possession in and around our box."
Leeds had taken the lead against QPR when Chris Wood latched onto a cross and prodded home from close range.
Rangers did manage to mount a fight back in the late on though, and their persistence was rewarded when Tjaronn Cherry converted a late penalty to ensure their progress.
The stats from the match would back up Gray’s opinion that the match was a fairly even one.
QPR had 12 attempts on goal, compared to Leeds’ nine shots, but Evans’ men did have the lion’s share of possession in the contest.
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