'Do you know what I loved?' - Jeff Stelling delighted by one thing he's noticed about Leeds boss Bielsa
The Whites have been involved in a number of high-scoring matches since returning to the Premier League at the beginning of the campaign, and were involved in another dramatic thriller against Arsenal last weekend.
The Gunners took a four-goal lead in that clash before Leeds hit back in the second half to finish the game 4-2.
But despite the dire situation that his side found themselves in at one stage, Bielsa was his usual animated self on the touchline throughout – much to Stelling’s delight.
Speaking on Sky Sports’ Soccer Saturday, the host said: “Things are not quite going the way that Leeds would want at the moment.
"But if you look back to that Arsenal game, do you know what I loved?
"They were 4-1 down and it’s pouring rain, and Marcelo Bielsa is out on the touchline still encouraging, still believing, still thinking he can make a difference.
"I just love that in him.”
Panel member Paul Merson responded: “I believe he does think that.
"I watch them play – they don’t play to the scoreboard, they just keep going.
"Even when they go 4-0 down and it goes to 4-1, I sit there and I think, ‘They’ve got a chance here, Leeds’. It’s the way they play, you think, ‘If they score here, it’s game on’.
"That's why I love watching them. I can understand what the manager’s doing.
"I don’t know when they game is safe when you’re playing against Leeds, I really don’t.”