Leeds United 1 Sheffield Wednesday 0: Phil Hay's player ratings as Kalvin Phillips stars at Elland Road

Leeds United secured an important three points on Saturday evening at Elland Road as they ran out 1-0 winners over Sheffield Wednesday.

Sunday, 14th April 2019, 10:17 am
Updated Sunday, 14th April 2019, 10:19 am
Leeds ratings

But how did we rate the players? Our Phil Hay hands out the scores...

Needed to keep out the early chance from Bannan to stop Wednesday dictating the game and was hardly bothered after that. 7/10
Smothered Hooper and made sure the Owls had no way of finding their front two. Fletcher was also left chasing lost causes. 8/10
There were times when it looked like six months since Berardi started a game but Wednesday had too little of the ball to properly attack him. 7/10

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In a back three again but happier this time and superb at bringing the ball out and spraying it around. Stuck his foot in too. 9/10
A vital early challenge prevented Hooper tapping home and he is back in the mood, attacking like fury and giving Leeds a permanent overlap. 8/10
A thorn in Wednesdays side in the sense of being a nuisance. Leeds were so dominant that he didnt need to worry too much about what was going on behind him. 7/10
His movement was good and he got into the space which Wednesday left in front of their defence. Bielsa got a lot of graft from him. 7/10
More of what weve been seeing from Roberts, running, sniping and giving Wednesdays defence no peace. Unlucky not to score twice in the first half. 8/10
Not quite the Pablo show but there he was yet again, laying on the pass which Harrison tucked past the outstanding Westwood. 8/10
Harrison summed up in one performance. Wasnt really working out for him but from nowhere, laid on a sitter for Bamford and found a way past Westwood. 7/10
A few nice touches but felt a bit peripheral, despite the pressure. Missed a great chance to score seconds before he was substituted. 6/10
There was no negative change in Leeds display or intensity after he came on. A great sub to be able to fall back on. 6/10
On for the complete blur which was the final few minutes. 5/10
Positive in his play, even though a one-goal lead left United at risk of a sucker punch. 6/10
Tim Robinson - Let a frantic derby flow as best he could, called the yellow cards right and didnt make himself the centre of attention. 7/10