Leeds United beat Bristol City 2-1 at Elland Road last night.
Leeds United fans appear divided over Hadi Sacko, after the winger came back into Garry Monk’s side’s starting line-up against Bristol City last night.
Sacko has not started in any of Leeds’ last six matches, and he has failed to make the squad in four of them.
The Sporting Lisbon loanee’s place in Leeds’ squad has come under threat, due to the additions of Alfonso Pedraza and Modou Barrow in the January transfer window.
However, Sacko was given 90 minutes to impress last night by Monk - and the reaction from the Elland Road crowd has been very mixed.
Some Leeds fans have called Sacko their most dangerous attacking player, while others fail to see what he offers.
I rate Sacko.nowhere near finished product and has his weaknesses but always causes problems and gives teams summat to think about #lufc— Mike (@Mikelufc85) February 15, 2017
Some of the stick Sacko gets is unfair and unbelievable...Still arguably our most dangerous player, and we look better with him in #lufc— Matthew Denton-Hitch (@Denton91) February 15, 2017
I do not see what Sacko offers the team. Very predictable in his play and clearly does not trust his own ability to cross the ball. #lufc— Phil Caine (@Cainey84) February 14, 2017
Is RW lufc most concerning position. Sacko seems to be throwing sub par performance majority of time now.— MLUFCGA (@houseflyingfish) February 14, 2017
What I don't like is the fans demanding too much. Sacko hasn't played too much but fans want him running in the 90th minute #lufc— mathew hibbert (@matteohib94) February 14, 2017
Good performance. O'Kane and Sacko didnt look at the races though #lufc— Matt (@MWJS82) February 14, 2017
The link up play between Roofe, Pablo and Wood is awesome. Then we have Sacko. A lightning quick winger who just passes backwards #lufc— Tom Huffinley (@TomHuffinley) February 14, 2017
Few weeks off at you forget how frustrating Sacko is better first half, these look scared and we need to take advantage #lufc— Adam Webster (@adswebbo) February 14, 2017
Leeds managed to pick up a victory over Bristol City last night, and they looked relatively comfortable as they picked up the three points.
Chris Wood fired Leeds in front in the first half, before a Pablo Hernandez strike sealed the three points.
The victory has strengthened Leeds’ place in the play off places, as Monk’s side aim for promotion this season.