Leeds United beat Stoke City 3-0 on Saturday afternoon.
Leeds United turned in a sensational performance on Saturday afternoon, beating Stoke City 3-0 away from home.
A superb passing move saw Stuart Dallas open the scoring in the first half, latching onto a frankly incredible pass from Pablo Hernandez to slot past Adam Federici.
More scintillating approach play saw Patrick Bamford cross for Ezgjan Alioski to tap in the second, before Bamford himself got on the scoresheet with a fine left-footed finish.
Marcelo Bielsa's side are going to take some stopping this season, and whilst the focus is on the attacking play, one defender stood out too.
Centre back Ben White has enjoyed a fantastic start to life at Elland Road, showing no signs of pressure despite being signed to replace Pontus Jansson.
The 21-year-old impressed yet again on Saturday, not only with his defensive play but also with the ball at his feet, leaving many dazzled by the Brighton loanee's performance.
Supporters have taken to Twitter to suggest that White is just too good for the Championship already, and are begging Leeds to splash the cash to sign him permanently, even feeling that he's better for the Leeds team than Jansson was.
Chuck all the money we have at Brighton to get Ben White, bun FFP he’s a magician #lufc— Zia Salam (@ziasalam0) August 24, 2019
Ben White is the best centre back we have had since the premier league without a doubt #LUFC— Foz (@chrisfozard) August 24, 2019
Remember when we all though Ben White was just back up and not good enough to fill The void left by Pontus? That was fun. #lufc— Daniel Brader (@Castrobrader) August 24, 2019
Ben White is filling in Pontus Jansson’s boots brilliantly and I didn’t expect him to fill such big boots so well #lufc— Ben Mitchell (@Ben1Mitchell) August 24, 2019
Good evening @LUFC— Jack (@EllandReports) August 24, 2019
Please throw all millions at Ben White.
ben white will play for england i have no doubt about that #lufc— robbie casson (@robbiec_lufc) August 24, 2019
Ben White was absolutely outstanding today. His calmness on and off the ball is unreal for a 21 year old, big future ahead of him #LUFC— Sean Field (@field_sean) August 24, 2019
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