Leeds United produced another strong performance on Friday evening at Elland Road as they defeated Derby County 2-0 in the Championship.
But how did we rate the players? Check out Phil Hay's match marks below...
Bailey Peacock-Farrell - A simple, simple night, which was not necessarily what Bielsa expected. Wasn’t asked to make anything like a difficult save. 6/10
Luke Ayling - Safe and sound and edging back towards his best. Clarke was able to go to town without having to worry about what was behind him. 8/10
Pontus Jansson - This was Jansson’s sort of battlefield; squeezing forwards ruthlessly while Leeds did their thing at the other end of the pitch. 9/10
Liam Cooper - The perfect game to come back into after a spell out with a knee injury. Marriott never surfaced and Nugent’s introduction made no difference. 8/10
Gjanni Alioski - Has he found his best position? Overlapped brilliantly from left-back, to the extent that he always seemed to be where a winger would be. 9/10
Adam Forshaw - A beast of a performance, and arguably his best for Leeds. Had obviously decided that Derby were getting no quarter and gave them none. 9/10
Jack Clarke - Only 18, which makes you wonder how much better he could get. His touch and vision in creating Roofe’s opener was the highlight of the night. 9/10
Mateusz Klich - Leeds’ midfield was all over Derby’s from the start and as much as the goals and assists have dried up, Klich’s running was a problem for County. 7/10
Pablo Hernandez - Passed fit to play and was in his element, enjoying the pace of the game and the dominance Leeds had. Oozed class. 8/10
Jack Harrison - Couldn’t have missed the chance which fell to him but was on hand to take it and there was far more confidence in his display. 7/10
Kemar Roofe - Another cracking finish but just as important was the way he ran the channels and went looking for the ball. Made Marriott look like a statue in comparison. 9/10
Jamie Shackleton (for Harrison, 63) - Can fit into any situation without looking fazed and it was the sort of dependable change Leeds needed. 7/10
Leif Davis (for Clarke, 79) - The match wasn’t quite up with Derby pressing but Davis gave them no encouragement. 6/10
Subs (not used): Will Huffer, Aapo Halme, Robbie Gotts, Jordan Stevens, Tyler Roberts.
Referee: Andy Davies (Hampshire) - The non-penalty was his linesman’s fault and he got most things right on a heated evening. 7/10