West Bromwich Albion fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to give their reaction to Jonathan Leko’s performance against Liverpool on Sunday afternoon.
Leko started West Brom’s last Premier League game of the season and played for 73 minutes.
The 17-year-old forward had a pass accuracy of 93%, created one chance, put in one cross, attempted five dribbles, won 60% of his tackles, and made one interception, two clearances and two blocks.
West Brom failed win the match, though, playing out a 1-1 draw with Liverpool at The Hawthorns.
Salomon Rondon put the Baggies in the lead in the 13th minute, but Jordon Ibe equalised for Liverpool midway through the first half.
Over the course of the 90 minutes at The Hawthorns, hosts West Brom had 33% of the possession, took 13 shots of which only one was on target, and earned seven corners.
Visitors Liverpool had 67% of the possession, took seven shots of which three were on target, and earned five corners.
West Brom fans have taken to Twitter to have their say on the performance of Leko against Liverpool.
Below are some of the best comments:
Jonathan Leko has an incredible future ahead of him. Hope we can keep hold of him for a few years at least. #WBA— Sunny Randhawa (@SunnyRandhawa) May 15, 2016
He's one of our own— Chris Hill (@Baggie92Wba) May 15, 2016
He's one of our own
Jonathan leko he's one of our own! #wba
West Brom could be a real threat in years to come if they can hold on to Jonathan Leko and Tyler Roberts. Both are incredibly talented. #WBA— Liam Bekker (@LiamBekker) May 15, 2016
Baggies had a decent go today, good chances 2nd half to win the match.Leko looks a real handful. Glad we didn't get a pen today tho lol #WBA— Ian Kendrick (@iankenny75) May 15, 2016
Highlights this season emergence of leko , Jonny evans , beating the villa etc , negatives defensive tactics and poor performances #wba— whyalwaysdan (@danwbaayit) May 15, 2016
That being said, we weren't actually that bad today but yet again should've won. Rondon played well, and Leko looks a great asset #WBA— Ben Cotterill (@BenCotty) May 15, 2016