header 88 minutes from Patrick Bamford gave Leeds United a 1-0 win against Sheffield United in the Premier League Yorkshire derby on Sunday. Jack Harrison took a great shot from the left Bamford thus raised to mark for the third straight game and let Chris Wilder’s side without a point or a goal this season.
Marcelo Bielsa’s team threatened before the break, however, and Sheffield United goalkeeper Aaron did well to keep Ramsdale was a lofted shot Stuart Dallas. Meslier was alert again after the break when George Baldock turned abruptly at the edge of the box to lose his marker and unleashing a powerful drive, but the 20-year-old goalkeeper also stopped. Helder Costa then threatened with a stinging volley that was kept out by the diving Ramsdale.
header is well Bamford, however, he said Leeds move six points from their first three games in his return to the top category after an absence of 16 years.
“It was a fair result,” Bielsa said. “The first half was even. We could have scored, but also against. The second half was much better for us. I think we’ve created a small difference, but only to create the win.”
Sheffield United had lost to Aston Villa and Wolves before the match Leeds and director Wilder said it had been a difficult month.
“We will be glad to see the back of September. Fresh Start in October at the Arsenal away. I can not complain about a lot of things that players did in the game. I thought it was very tight, you have to take the possibilities in the Premier League.
“We need to be more clinical, the best chances fell to us, we know how to play Leeds, high energy and high pace. Ultimately, he was punished by a fantastic ball and head.”