Leeds United fans on Twitter have provided a mixed reaction to Norwich City beating Hull City 3-2 in the Championship on Wednesday night.
Daniel Farke's side, who had lost top spot to the Yorkshire club the night before, reclaimed first place with Marco Stiepermann opening the scoring and Emi Buendia netting a brace.
As a result of those three points, they are now on 75 points, two points ahead of the Whites, with third-placed Sheffield United sitting on 71 points.
There is no doubt that the race for the Premier League is going to go to the wire with nine games of the season remaining in what is set to an eventful last few months of the campaign.
Nonetheless, one Leeds fan couldn't understand how Norwich keep winning because he feels that their defending is 'shocking', while another supporter thinks that the Canaries have already claimed one of those automatic spots.
Out of the top three teams, Norwich have the worst defence because they have conceded 47 goals, while Leeds have shipped 38 and Chris Wilder's men are the strongest out of the two with only 34 goals conceded.
Here is a selection of Leeds fans on Twitter reacting to Norwich's win:
Norwich look like they are just unbeatable. And Sheffield United look strong. It will be a struggle to go up #lufc— Ben (@ben080385) March 13, 2019
It’s written in the stars for Norwich to go up. The amount of luck they’ve had from no injuries to decisions like that has been ridiculous. We won’t be getting any help from anybody I know that! #lufc #mot— Lewy Pearce (@LewyPearce) March 13, 2019
Norwich aren’t letting up here, between us and Sheff Utd now— Beth (@BGF_lufc) March 13, 2019
Norwich will fold if in last 6 games of season #LUFC— Leeds Fan in Chicago (@ChicagoWhite) March 13, 2019
Lets all forget about Norwich we won’t catch them , the team below us is the worry #lufc— andy (@borislufc) March 13, 2019
Seriously what is with every other team rolling over for Norwich and Sheffield United? We really need to win on sat... #lufc— Josh Hobbs (@JoshAHobbs) March 13, 2019
At the weekend, Leeds will welcome Sheffield United to Elland Road in what is expected to be one of the biggest games of the season.
Three points for the home team could provide them with the cushion they desperately need to earn promotion via the automatic places, but a loss and everything could open up once again.