Leeds fell to their second defeat of the season yesterday in the Championship against Blackburn and it was a game to forget for the most part. However, for Mateusz Klich, it was another strong display and despite his goal, he couldn’t inspire his side to a win.
45' GGGGOOOOAAAALLLLL!!! KLICH SCORES RIGHT BEFORE THE BREAK!!!
— Leeds United (@LUFC) October 20, 2018
Klich’s leveller just before the break at Ewood Park had a lot of Leeds fans believing they could get something from the game. Blackburn fought back to win it in the end but the supporters can still be pleased with Klich as his goal took his tally for the season to four goals in 12 games. The Polish midfielder has been a key man in Bielsa’s midfield and he’ll be keen to help his side get back to winning ways as soon as possible.
When Klich was loaned out to FC Utrecht in January most of the fans believed his days at the club were over. That simply hasn’t been the case, though, as Bielsa has breathed new life into the 25-year-old and has given him a chance to be the player that the club needs at Elland Road. His goals and assists from midfield have been a revelation this season and if he can carry on chipping in with goals the way he has been then the fans are confident they’ll be back to winning ways soon.
You can read The Whites’ verdict on Klich here:
One Klich is all it takes
— Jordan King (@swindonWhites) October 20, 2018
Polish destroyer on the roll
— Tomasz Michewicz (@michewicz81) 20 October 2018
Hands down Leeds best player so far!
— rhys carr (@rhyscarr6) October 20, 2018
Again?!what a player what a performance?!
— MarcinPakos (@Marcin57147255) 20 October 2018
Klich on again
— Cannonjohn1965@gmail.com (@Cannonjohn19651) 20 October 2018
— spencer (@Spencer__Toon31) October 20, 2018
Get In there hopefully come out in second half with confidence now
— Noddy (@MartynOddy) October 20, 2018
The fans loved seeing Klich bag and will be keen to see him get another one on Wednesday against Ipswich.Like what the TT have on offer? Sign up for more notifications!