Garry Monk has suggested that his Sheffield Wednesday side looked far more of a cohesive unit than Leeds United.
Leeds were held to a 0-0 draw by Monk's troops at Hillsborough this afternoon.
There weren't a huge amount of goalscoring chances but both goalkeepers, United's Kiko Casilla and the Owls' Kieren Westwood, emerged with plenty of credit after some top-drawer saves.
Monk, who was the Whites' manager during the 2016-17 campaign, has only been Wednesday boss for less than two months.
They're very much a side in transition, but the 40-year-old says that Sheffield Wednesday made Leeds look like the team who barely knew their manager.
He said as quoted by Leeds Live: "Keep playing like that you will win games and dominate.
"Playing against a team in their second season under that manager. We’ve been together eight weeks. Looked like the other way around today."
Monk's side might've been slightly better than Leeds, who arguably had the best chance when Patrick Bamford's header was tipped wide by Westwood on the stroke of half time.
According to BBC Sport, Bielsa's side had 57 percent of possession and nine shots in comparison to Wednesday's 11.
The Elland Road side are third in the Championship, one point clear of Monk's outfit.
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